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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-01-2020, 07:32 PM Thread Starter
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Hello everyone, i am currently looking to put a group of 4-8 experienced hikers together for an attempt at the fools gold route. I've been fascinated with the idea of doing this hike for a long time and feel like September would be a good month to go. Please let me know if your someone who is interested. Feel free to chime in to help generate a buzz
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I'd be interested depending on when it happens, been interested in that area for a while.
How many days would the whole trip take?
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I would think around five or six nights comfortably. Since the kayak rentals at Pitt Lake are closed due to covid, we would likely pay someone to boat us up to the base of DeBeck Creek where we would make camp for our first night. The next day we would hike to mid valley camp near Disc Creek Canyon. Day three we might want to take some time to recuperate or continue on to Bull Pass. That would be night three or four depending on level of endurance and conditions.

From there we would hike down to Ceder Spirit Grove Campsite and stay the night amongst the old growth. Our last night of camping will be at Scary Crossing, followed by our final push for Mamquam FSR. Essentially the trip should take five or six nights.

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Here’s another perspective from my Backroad Mapbook.
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Did you guys end up doing this?
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post #6 of (permalink) Old 09-07-2021, 02:37 AM
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Would be interested in doing this route... anyone keen?
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