Sea To Sky Natural Resource District
Road Details
Location Brandywine Creek
Condition Heavily Degraded (Last updated 209d)
Condition Details Road requires high clearance 4WD. There may be challenging washouts, dangerous sections or exceptionally deep water bars.
Closures No Posted Closures
Length 5.19km
Owner Western Forest Products Inc.
Award Date Jun 28, 1996
Retirement Date Jan 30, 2007
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Road Description

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Road Bulletins
SWBC Peak Baggers reported on: Dec 26, 2023
[From Mike Buda] - driveable up to the first switchback at 930m probably without chains. Above 1000m the snowpack on the road will be difficult driving. Skinnable starting at 800m but really only skiable heading down to about 1000m.
SWBC Peak Baggers reported on: Nov 18, 2023
[From Marco Signifredi] - Nov 18, 2023 Metal Dome Snow starts around 1000m where most of the people parked their cars but I was able to drive up to 1100m. A 4runner and Tacoma with chains tried to go further but they couldn’t make it. After 1100m I saw only traces of snowmbile.
Sean Caulfield reported on: Nov 13, 2023
2nd switchback, 3:15pm. Rock skis/boards only past this point
Driving down, just above 1st switchback, 3:40pm
Parking @ ~1,000m, 10am
Wet melting snow on the road increasing with elevation. Lots of vehicles parked before the first big switchback (~930m elevation), we drove further up the hill until deciding to call it when there was enough snow on the road for skinning & a good parking/turnaround spot at ~1,000m elevation. Could have put on chains & driven higher but probably not worth the hassle. Few more vehicles parked from 1,000-1,050m, one RAV4 made it to almost 1,100m stopping just before the 2nd switchback. On our way down was surprised to see a Mazda CX50 had taken advantage of the melt & driven above 1,150m, impressive! Anyway, this road will be snowmobile territory for the winter soon, in recent summers I've driven to its end & to 1,400m on Metal Dome spur in a stock Suzuki XL7.
Cody Boyes reported on: Aug 31, 2023
Rough for sure. Made it up in a 2011 Forester (manual -no lift). Didn’t scrape once. Pick your lines and have some good tires!
Daniela Gilsdorf reported on: Aug 18, 2023
Trail to the upper parking lot is very steep and has some rough and loose rock sections. Roads seams worn out from not suitable vehicles. Last kms has many large cross ditches. 4x4 is recommended. 4Runner with 3“ lift had no problem. Got a nail in my tire on this road. Be aware.
Francis Bailey reported on: Jul 08, 2023
The road to the upper lot is in especially rough shape. You will almost certainly need a high clearance 4x4 as there are some massive water bars and numerous loose road sections.