Greetings B.C. WT members!
In mid-July my brother and I are planning to spend a few days riding in British Columbia. We will probably only have enough time to go as far North as Kamloops or Revelstoke. We probably won't have enough time to get as far East as Calgary.
On Day 1 we will take back roads from Seattle up to the border, then spend the night at Whistler, and begin our B.C. ride there. We want to avoid as many major highways and freeways as possible, and want to focus on twisty mountain roads.
From the map it looks like there are a lot of great mountain roads within 200-300km of the Washington border.
If you only had 2 or 3 days to ride your favorite roads in southern British Columbia - starting at Whistler, heading east, and circling back to either the Sumas or Blaine border crossing - which roads would you choose? Help us plan a memorable trip!
We'll have firm dates soon - maybe we can meet up with some WT members along the way for a group ride!
Once we cross back into Washington, we plan to spend 2 days (500-600 miles) riding the N. Cascades Highway into eastern Washington and then circling down between Mount Rainier and Mount St. Helens. There are SO MANY great roads through there!
Thanks so much for your help! We appreciate any recommendations you have.