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    1. Hi James,

      The website is pretty new and most of the work has been going on behind the scene, including trip reports, work on the vehicles and actually getting some trips in. I’ll be uploading more content soon – so far XpedBC hasn’t really been advertised or posted about much!


  1. Nice meeting you at the NWOR this week, maybe we’ll meet up again for some BC fun this summer, I told you about the Vancouver island trip I will take in July. Let me know if you want to join up.

    N. Aka big Tree


  2. Just curious what access you are using for the Shulaps range? I’m hoping to do a bit of hiking in there this summer, but prefer to access the area from the East side, rather than going over to the Marshall lake side.


    1. I used the forest road that leaves Hwy 40 just west of the Moha and Yalakom Rd Junction. This was on the east side of the range. From that point there are a number of roads zigzagging around the Shulaps area. There are possibly some new motorized restrictions in the alpine area so make sure to keep an eye out for signs while accessing your hikes!


    1. We enjoyed being your camping neighbour and the chats. Hoping you have a blast up in the Yukon and Alaska and please let us know if you end up documenting the trip somewhere!


  3. I was intrigued by your setup when I noticed it in Princeton! Whole family gathered up and off to the next adventure. I just want to say you are a great ambassador for the 4 Wheeling community and took the time to talk about the hobby! It really inspired me and the boys to “get busy wheeling” again! Would love to join you on some of the adventures and perhaps entice you to a few wheeling ops here under the Slocan Ridge.


    1. Craig! It was good to meet you – we’re always happy to chat with other adventurers on our travels. We ended up having a rad time in the Kootenays, from good camp spots, to some pretty insane high alpine roads we found! The Kicking Horse Coffee is wicked too.


  4. When you come down off of the last big push up to the lookout there is a small campsite on your right called Three Sisters, come down a little further and take the road to the right (driveable all year), it brings you out in what is called Lower Hat and after a few beautiful farms and stuff you pop out on Highway 99 so you get to return to the coast on 99 if you wish or turn right and regain Hiway 97 North, passing Hat Creek Heritage House. I have many times nearly frozen in the cold wind at the Ashcroft Lookout, love your web site and your trips, I do have an old 4x Kia and if I don’t get any older than the 80 that I currently am, I just might join you on an adventure, but summer please.


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