Did some riding out at Barkerville on the weekend, 9th/10th. Forest power sports had a demo day on sunday up the Yanks Peak side. They had lots of different rides there and even a timbersled that went out quite a bit. Weather was good up top but the -23 driving in on saturday morning was a little scary.Temp was way better up high though on both days. Ground Hog Lake side[hope i got that right] was not bad but had had alot of traffic, Yanks had more untracked areas to ride and some good pow, not deep stuff but not pounded. Needs a good dump like everywhere up north it seems. 2 thumbs up to the Airport Inn in Quesnel. Awesome rooms at a very affordable price. Sure helped with the budget. More snows coming. Get out there and carve it up. See ya there.
Spent some time in Houston on the weekend. Did the Telkwa Range on saturday. Road was plowed really good all the way to the 2nd parking lot. Trail was groomed and in very good shape. A brief stop at the cabin where there was quite a few sleds by this time and off to the meadows our group went. Not sure where everyone else went but we did a lot of fresh powder riding and were having lunch before we seen anyone else. The snow pack is slowly building up there but seems to be a little behind normal. Decided to stay in Houston and stayed at the Plesant Valley Motel. No complaints. Clean and affordable and good food at the restaurant. Sunday we were off to Dungate Meadows. Our second ride there. Without any guide. Had some directions and that we won't get lost spirit and away we go. Fresh snow there was about the same and found some good meadows that nobody had carved up so we proceeded to fix that. The trail ride was good also ,fresh on it and nobody else there. Got a little melt happening right now which will help the base and snow in the forcast. Awesome. Gotta go by fuel.
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