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Simm Creek Loop

Sicamous & East Shuswap
Distance: 38 km (round trip)
Difficulty: More Difficult to Most Difficult
Trail Access / Features
Mountain Biking

Trail Description:

A cross-country mountain bike ride on old skid trails and forestry roads. At Sicamous on Hwy 1, just east of the Hwy 97A junction, turn north onto the Solsqua-Sicamous Rd. Cross the bridge and the railroad tracks, and at 1.4 km turn left up the #1800 Forest Service Rd. Take the #1800 Forest Service Rd, to the start of the Simm Creek Trail, at approx 14 km, where there is a directional sign. Go approx 7 km, and then take the road joining on the right, for approx 1.6 km, to an old logging landing. Follow the directional arrow to the right to an old rough trail (the sign and trail are not obvious). Take this trail for approx 1 km, until it connects to an old logging road at the clear cut. Follow this road for approx 11 km, until it joins the #1800 Forest Service Rd near the bottom. An alternate but longer route, (approx 55 km) is to take the Simm Creek Trail, all the way to Malakwa, and then follow Hwy 1 back to Sicamous.

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Ride from Sicamous (park at the Visitor Centre/Wharf parking lot), following the access directions above, or shuttle #1800 FS Road, and park at the 14 km junction.

Access to bottom of FSR #1800: Google Maps


CAUTION: There has been active logging along the lower section of the road. The route may be altered from this description. Be prepared for route finding and potential backtracking. As well, be prepared for backcountry travel. The trail routes are long and steep, through wilderness terrain.


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