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 DH24 (Non Feature DH)
Readers Rating: No. of Ratings: 2 
Distance: 48.0 km / 29.8 mi Traffic: Light

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At a Glance

Into sweepers? This DH has the best in the southern B.C. The huge curves on the longest continuous ascent of any highway in Canada are vast, plentiful and concentrated. No sooner are you finished one and you’re into the next. And the next. And the next. Desert gives way to forest as you climb steeply out of the Okanagan Valley along the bluffs that loom over Osoyoos Lake. Even when the sweepers ease up after you reach the Anarchist Summit and enter the high-rolling plains of the Kettle Valley, the sweeping valley vistas and ever-changing terrain keep things interesting. Check out this distinctive DH and experience the best of the Crowsnest.



Riders Reviews:

"This is a great road in the middle of civilization (or the boonies if you're from the Lower Mainland :). The pavement is of good quality and the corners superb. Grab a sportbike and prepare to scrape the pegs because at good speeds you'll be reaching cornering clearance. The corners are mostly fast sweepers, but there are a few decreasing radius and 20 kmh twisties to be wary of.  Also, STCs lurk because this is a popular road for riders, so watch out! I often like to ride to the summit outside of Osoyoos and then back down again. Repeat as necessary... :)"-Jason Elliott

"After riding seven days through many of the DH's in the lower half of BC I found this one to be my favorite. Leaving Osoyoos we were fearing that the heat would stay with us. After clearing the summit and looking down at the wide twisties, I don't know if we forgot about the heat or the air turned dry because the smiles started and the fun began. This road with its big sweepers and roller coaster hills was made for big cruisers. Reflecting back I guess it was still hot but who cares; the fruit stands were great places to stop before you started out on next set of roller coaster hills and curves." -Randy Ferguson