Length: 9.8 km
Condition: No deadfall, usually broken trail in winter (Intended for Winter Use Only)
General Route: The route branches off Similkameen River and goes up Fat Dog Creek. Start at Cambie Creek parking lot, initially following a logging road. From the end of the logging road, the trail climbs towards Big Buck and Three Brothers Mountain. The alpine area has excellent meadows for skiing.
How to Find: Look for signs on Highway 3, about 2km east of Allison Pass. The parking lot is on the northeast side of the highway.
Trail Description: TRAIL ONLY INTENDED FOR WINTER USE. From the parking lot, ski up the obvious road heading up the Similkameen River. Very soon you come to a fork. Take the right fork which takes you down to the river and over a log bridge. [The left fork is documented as the Similkameen Headwaters fireroad]. Soon after the bridge, bear right again up a hill. At the third fork keep right again. Near the back end of the valley, there is a large clearcut. The trail switchbacks up to a saddle towards a large burn in the subalpine. Ridges and meadows lead up towards the Heather Trail and an alternative descent via Blackwall Peak road.
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