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 DH60 (Non Feature DH)
Readers Rating: No. of Ratings: 2 
Distance: 35.1 km / 21.8 mi Traffic: Light

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At a Glance

Kaslo to Balfour is a nice road. It's the kind of road you’d feel comfortable taking home to your parents, if you could. But something’s missing. Yes, it has its share of twisties, the pavement is great and the road parallels a magnificent lake. So, what's the problem? It does have a little more traffic than the other roads in the area, but that’s really not it. Somehow, the Ministry of Highways was able to take the natural qualities that make up a great road and, well, engineer the excitement out of them. Still, your parents would probably like it.
Riders Reviews:

"Rode this with a couple of friends in mid-June and personally enjoyed this more than its designation of DH60 would suggest. As per David's comment -some ugly tar strips to watch for and also the surprise wood-deck bridge just past the hairpin over Coffee Creek. Got a good laugh out of the spray painted "Don't Crash" warning on the concrete just before the hairpin."-Dietmar Sedens

"There is an ugly stretch of peeling chip seal with exposed tar ponds between Ainsworth Hot Springs and Queen's Bay -- right through the wild twists around Coffee Creek. Allow time to visit some of the historic venues around Kaslo." -David Butt