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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-18-2018, 10:34 PM Thread Starter
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Default Curiosity about modern state of Quarry road Coquitlam

I'm not asking about or suggesting that anybody cross through this area. But I'm looking for decent updated information about the status of this area. I'm aware that Metro Vancouver has finalized land purchases along the road. That a massive environmental survey has been undertaken. And they are somewhere in between a planning stage and a planning stage in terms of creating drivable park access in the years (or decades) to come.


Maybe a member here can help me understand how going for a jaunt past the gate at this point, is unlawful entry?



Thanks for your input
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 06-19-2018, 01:18 PM
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*runs to find my tinfoil hat*
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I understand you can get to the widgeon creek trail off of this road. I have often wondered the same. Either that or you are renting a canoe to get to the trailhaed across pitt lake.
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A packraft offers significant benefits over a canoe at Widgeon. For one thing you can roll it up, take it up to the lake with you, and paddle there with it. That's way harder to do using a canoe or kayak.
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Don't underestimate the crossing of Pitt River in strong current or windy conditions.

if you're not hiking you should be skiing
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