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Old 07-13-2019, 06:45 PM   #1
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Route suggestions in BC, Canada

We have 35-ft class A motorhome with a toad. Is the route from Kamloops to Vancouver via Lillooet & Whistler and BC Highway 99 going south doable? We found it as Coast Mountain Circle Scenery Route. Any campgrounds and what to see/do suggestions on that route? We already made reservation in Vancouver.

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Yes but be aware there is a long steep hill coming down into Pemberton. Very scenic but hilly. I haven’t done it in my current RV, just in a camper. Garage at bottom said they did a good business with newbies that rode their brakes all the way down the hill.
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Beautiful scenery, long 15% Downhill Grade !! I would do it again, but would disconnect the toad.
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Hi,
no need to disconnect the toad if it has a brake system.


The Hill on hwy 20 going down to Bella Coola is way twistier, steeper, narrower and gravel, with some sections without a barrier.
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