From Sun Peaks Village to McGillivray Lake is a 6 km route on a gravel road. Along the way and nearby are snowmobile access points, backroads for mountain biking, lakes for paddling, and trails for hiking, cross country skiing and snowshoeing. The Google Map below has information, photos, and links on these recreational opportunities. The map has zoom controls, pan capacity, sharing functions, full screen view, and embedded photos.
The route is a good gravel road. It is possible to continue south to the Amphitheatre Lake turn and complete a loop route back to Whitecroft on the Eileen Lake Road. The road also descends from the Cahilty Plateau down to Neskonlith Lake (closed in winter).
a bald eagle at Morrisey Lake
We will return to paddle, snowshoe, cross country ski, and hike the McGillivray Lake area.
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