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 DH28 (Non Feature DH)
Readers Rating: No. of Ratings: 1 
Distance: 43.1 km / 26.7 mi Traffic: Can be brutal

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At a Glance

Soaring with grace, beauty and power, North America’s largest convocation of bald eagles is found just north of Squamish in Brackendale. So odds are you’ll see some of these beautiful raptors as you head north on the second leg of the scenic Sea to Sky. This unevenly engineered but smoothly paved DH traces the Cheakamus River through the dense Coast Mountains between Squamish’s cheap motels, superstores, and priced-to-sell condos and Whistler’s five-star hotels, boutiques and priced-to-gag lofts. Whether you’re leaning into the spacious sweepers curling out of the Squamish Valley, flitting through the S-curves of the narrow Cheakamus Pass, or wicking it up for the final dash to Whistler, it’s easy to soar on this road. That is, unless you get stuck in a crawl of weekend traffic, which flaps along with all the grace, beauty and power of a mustering of storks.


Riders Reviews:

"Lovely road. Go to bed early, get up at 4am and hit this one. With only you on it she is a fun one. You may even see the monthly Porsche Club tear up to Whistler. This adds a new challenge to the road. The club doesn't allow its members to pass the lead car... doesn't mean you can't, though!"
-Tom Badry