First Brigade Trail

Boston Bar, British Columbia V0K 1C0

First Brigade Trail

First Brigade Trail Professional Review and Guide

"This trip is woven into the history of the Fraser and Cariboo gold rushes and a link with British Columbia’s colourful past. In 1848 A.C. Anderson of the Hudson’s Bay Company set out to establish a fur-trading route to the north and east overland from Yale.

Therefore this walk is a must; not only is it attractive scenically, it also allows the hiker to retrace one of the earliest pioneer routes to the Interior. The trail begins by a small stream and, joined very soon by the original route from the lodge, climbs in a series of zigzags in open timber, heading east."

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Trail Information

Boston Bar
Nearby City
8.1
Distance
2,560 feet
Elevation Gain
Out-and-back
Trail Type
5.5 hours
Duration
Best June to October
Season
92H/11 Spuzzum, 92H/14 Boston Bar
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Aug 2018