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 DH33 (Non Feature DH)
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Distance: 40.0 km / 25.2 mi Traffic:  

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At a Glance

Many a rider arriving in sleepy Kaslo has continued on either west to New Denver or south to Balfour, unaware that Kaslo is the hub for not two, but three excellent biking roads. In fact, one of the best roads in the area proceeds north as a continuation of Hwy 31. Winding its way between the steep sides of the Goat Mountain Range and the northwest shore of Kootenay Lake, this least known of the fabulous Kootenay roads probably owes its anonymity to the fact that it appears as gravel on many maps. In fact, this road doesn’t gravel out until Meadow Creek, 40.8 km (25.7 mi) in. Not only that, the first third has what is without doubt the smoothest, best engineered blacktop in the area. There’s even a pub at the end to ease the pain of turning back. Interested? You should be. This combination of twistiness, quality pavement and top notch scenery is not to be missed.