Harrison East FSR

Chilliwack Natural Resource District
Road Details
Location HARRISON EAST
Condition Good Condition (Last updated 19d)
Condition Details Road is 2WD driveable in most cases or easily driven in a 4WD.
Closures No Posted Closures
Length 70.16km
Owner District Manager Chilliwack (dck)
Waypoints Download GPX
Road Description

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Road Bulletins
SWBC Peak Baggers reported on: Mar 31, 2024
A look at the washout at the 58km mark
[From Matt Ion] - Decided to see how far we could get yesterday, and the answer is: not even to Kookipi.

Road was good until Shovel Creek Falls, then got significantly... more interesting. Substantial washout about 58km, easily passable by most 4x4s but will require a bit of clearance and good approach angle.

Two videos of the washout:
https://photos.app.goo.gl/whKNPxwzWKwDe3Zb6
https://photos.app.goo.gl/JfddFeHu3BteXd5eA

The snow started about 60km at 530m elevation... by 62km and 700m elevation it was starting to get deeper than we wanted to attempt solo, especially being the snotty, greasy, pea-gravel spring snow. This was about halfway along Shovel Creek FSR between East Harrison and Kookipi FSRs (Kookipi Pass elevation is 1100m).
Gonna be a while yet before anyone but the most intrepid snow-wheelers will be getting over the pass.
SWBC Peak Baggers reported on: Mar 17, 2024
Snow levels at the 58km mark
[From Dennis Kapitan] - road was driveable to ~58km after which the snow became too deep.
SWBC Peak Baggers reported on: Feb 21, 2024
Washout appears to be resolved or fixed as 4WDABC members are regularly driving beyond this point. E.g: https://roadstatus.searchthesummits.com/road/ften-1404228#bulletin-6982f472-f929-4a38-9c5f-93869b2574b0
SWBC Peak Baggers reported on: Dec 30, 2023
A look at the washout
Looking north
The location of the washout
[From James Last] - the road is in dry condition and easily driven all the way up to the Mount Breakenridge area. However, there's a large washout just past the Big Silver Mainline junction at around kilometer 58.5. This road is an active logging area, so it's likely to be cleared up, but how long that will be is the question