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Old 02-18-2021, 05:41 PM   #1
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B.C. Gold Rush Trail

In the planning process of this spectacular trip & the question came to me, how tough is the Lillooet to Bralorne Hwy ?
Grades of 18% ...... Is my little 24ft Class C going to make it ?
Anyone done this trip ?
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I presume you will go to lillooet via highway 1 to lyton. That part will be no problem. From Lilliput be ready for gravel rd and steep hills with tight switchbacks.
If you want to go via whistler to Lilliput the Duffy is paved, steep but easy. I take a 36ft thru there regularly.
If you decide to go via Pemberton and the hurley be prepared to shake your teeth out on that road.
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If youre talking the Sea To Sky Highway from Liliput to Whistler Ive done that in a 38 foot motorhome with toad. Would not do it again. Too much wear and tear on the downgrades on the bus.
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Lilloett to Bralorne follows the Carpenter Lake Road. We took this road home to the Okanagan after taking the Hurley from Pemberton up and over to Gold Bridge. The road is mostly gravel, some narrow shelf road type sections, but totally manageable. Just take it slow and easy. It's beautiful for sure.
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