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Duffy Lake Road

Pemberton, British Columbia, Canada
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An amazing drive through the mountains

We were on a circle driving tour that started out of Vancouver and were on one of the last legs... read more

Reviewed 14 June 2017
Terry4508
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Surrey, Canada
Camping on the Duffy Lake Road an update.

We have not been there in a while now but little has seemed to change. They now have a small... read more

Reviewed 6 June 2017
pamanddennis
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Powell River
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Reviewed 14 June 2017

We were on a circle driving tour that started out of Vancouver and were on one of the last legs, heading west from Revelstoke to Cache Creek, and hence to Lillooet and Pemberton. The drive along the Duffy Lake road or highway 99 is an...More

Thank Terry4508
Reviewed 6 June 2017

We have not been there in a while now but little has seemed to change. They now have a small charge for the Forestry sites, $12.00/night. I had some problem finding each site on the Forest Service web site but if you google each site...More

1  Thank pamanddennis
Reviewed 5 June 2017

From Pemberton to Lillooet (the Sea to Sky Highway), in the western third of British Columbia north of Whistler ski resort and of Vancouver, the altitudes are lower and the early winter impressions on the higher slopes have receded. In October, this deep forest region is...More

Thank Photospeaker
Reviewed 1 June 2017

This route is one that all should experience. It winds along the mountains and the rivers and creeks. It is a road which cannot be driven like a freeway. There are sharp corners, large cliffs and hard rushing creeks. On my last tr we saw...More

1  Thank Russchambers
Reviewed 16 March 2017

The Pemberton to Lillooet road is a must do road. The scenery along the route is awesome and the campsites are rarely full. There are no gas stations or stores for 90% of the route so there is nothing to distract anyone at all. Fantastic...More

1  Thank Tom W
Reviewed 2 February 2017

If you're fortunate to get a blue bird day the views are spectacular. take time for a quick stop at Joffre lakes Provincial park. For a 5 minute stroll you get an incredible view of a Lake Louise blue mountain lake. Well worth the effort....More

1  Thank Sharon A
Reviewed 17 October 2016

During our last trip to British Columbia in Sept. 2016, we found ourselves staying at Whistler and wanting to drive up to Sun Peaks. So, should we take the Duffy Lake Route to the North or loop around Vancouver. We took the Duffy and are...More

Thank john L
Reviewed 21 September 2016

Duffy Lake, just East of Pemberton BC ( 1.5hr from Whistler) Great route for motorcycles and Corvettes. Road surface is very good. Scenery is breathtaking and very peaceful. This is a destination for photographers. The big mountains are west, so shooting them requires being here...More

Thank Les R
Reviewed 29 August 2016 via mobile

Great route for motorcycles. Road surface is very good. Scenery is breathtaking and very peaceful. Lots of places to stop and scout around. This is a must trip !!

2  Thank Tony H
Reviewed 26 August 2016 via mobile

Best when not so much traffic but hard to predict. Sometimes the unexpected happens... Like. Rockslide! But if you're lucky you can dip your toes in the creek while you wait. We have such amazing roads in BC. Best travelled with friends 😉

1  Thank Marlowe S
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cmbtraveller
10 July 2017|
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Response from Russchambers | Reviewed this property |
Very little gravel. Just a couple of short stretches, bridges and culvert construction
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Heidi K
30 May 2017|
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Response from Tom W | Reviewed this property |
One short stretch south of Lillooet is unpaved due to a new bridge going in, but otherwise totally paved.
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Paul C
Hi ALL past users of "Duffy Lake Road" Hwy 99! We are hiring a 32" RV (with 3 bikes on the back as well!!) in late June this year and have planned a route using this road. I have read all your comments (about braking and switchbacks!) and i did run it past the RV hire company to see if it was a "NO GO road" but they did not comment. I am experienced in driving large vehicles and have a PCV (Double Decker Passenger Bus Licence -UK) and drove 12 metre buses all over Brighton UK for 7 years, but these are different beasts and i have never driven one before! In all of your opinions... is this road SAFE and practical to drive with an RV of the length? (I am very considerate driver and will be contiually pulling over to allow faster vehicles to pass). I don't want to get half way along and get stuck! We have all day to get from Squamish to Lilliooet. Is that practical in this size RV? Thank you in advance for all of your helpful advice. Paul - Sussex, UK.
10 February 2017|
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Response from cagatravel | Reviewed this property |
Hi there, we traveled the Duffy lake road from Whistler to Lillooet (then to Pavillion to Cache creek to Sun Peaks). We found all the sealed roads are very good. There is NO restrictions and road is safe for RV's and I don't... More
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