Hey all, My brother and I are riding up from Oregon to spend a long weekend riding around southern BC. I purchased the Backroad Mapbooks and have been poring over them and Google Earth. I wanted to get some feedback on some potential road conditions. Here is the rough itinerary: 1. Huntingdon border crossing to Mission to West Harrison FSR...stay at Wolf, Grace, or Francis Lake Rec Site that night. 2. West Harrison FSR up to to Hale Creek, then up to Skookumchuck, then to Pemberton for lunch. 3. Head up 99 to Pavilion and then take the Pavilion Clinton Road to Kelly Lake. Stay the night there. 4. Head over High Bar Road to the Big Bar Ferry and then take the Pavilion FSR back into Lillooet for lunch. 5. Ride up Bridge River Road to Carpenter Lake and then take Mission Mountain Road over the Pass to Seton Portage. 6. Take Highline Road to D'Arcy and then find a rec site for that night nearby (or stay back at Carpenter Lake if it gets too late). 7. Next day take 99 back into Vancouver, seeing some of the sites along the way. I have been watching the road and pass cameras that the BC government has put up (as well as keeping an eye on the water levels at Big Bar Ferry), but there are several roads that I wanted to make sure are clear. So, my questions are: Any issues on the West Harrison FSR (besides the general ruggedness)? To me, looks like snow is pretty much gone from the road at this point. Secondly, the Pavilion Clinton Road. Anybody ride that road recently? How is the snow situation on that road? High Bar Road? This one could break the northern portion of the route if it is still snowed in. Anybody ride that recently? Pavilion FSR? Potentially lots of portions of that road could be shaded and still snow bound...elevations are tricky and right at that point. Any thoughts on taking this road in a week and a half? Finally, Mission Mountain Road from Carpenter Lake to Seton Portage. Has anybody rode that recently? Any snow blocking the road at the top? Thanks so much in advance for reading through this post. Looking forward to spending some time on the backroads of your wonderful province!