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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-06-2016, 04:06 PM Thread Starter
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Does anyone know if Meager Creek hot springs is accessible?

From what I can find it is not but I also know that reports are not always up to date.

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Does anyone know if Meager Creek hot springs is accessible?

From what I can find it is not but I also know that reports are not always up to date.

Thanks
My gf and some buddies were up there two weeks ago and saw other parties as well. I think UBC - VOC has rebuilt a bipass trail and the old road system has been incorporated into it. Sure others can speak more to this, but AFAIK it is 100% accessible.
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I will bring the popcorn, watch the show from front row seats


Thanks though, good to know.

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I would only worry about Mt Meager erupting if you have a few centuries to hang out and wait.

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I would only worry about Mt Meager erupting if you have a few centuries to hang out and wait.

Large landslides, however, seem to happen a bit more frequently. ;-)


No-one can argue that the area is the most unstable in Canada, even if you disregard any eruption risk (which I personally would as well). The springs are accessible, perhaps not as easily as a decade ago, but boots will go where wheels fear to tread.
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