( NOTE First Two Posts Cut and pasted from Ontario North West Passage, more interest here I think?) Post 1 Here's my two cents worth. We tried last August, East to West: up from Herkett to Armstrong via the Black Sturgion , wow fantastic,nice hard packed clay, wide double track then down to single. Had some chicken and gassed up in Armstrong ( on KLR and KTM 690enduro R) headed east out past the air port and kept on going. Using The back road maps...pikitigushi rd, jackfish, ketchekan, Toronto, all nice double track heading east. But now time to head south ( before you hit the mine and restricted yellow fence. We were told by the locals to take 107 or 103 down heading south...Ya right, hardly a clearing, very, very, overgrowen double track to spot anything that looked like even a TRAIL.. We took the most western (wrong road, walked in 1.5 ks came to a massive man made barricade/rocks/ditch, had to go back no gas. Will come back in 2021) now thinking the correct one is the most western trail down to about Frank Lake road. Will keep you guys posted when we try again this year....a couple of things, you must have a chain saw or swage saw, blow downs (8"dia or larger in some areas every 100 ft. Be in good shape, we walked in at least 1.5 ks in and 1.5 out to see if it was doable ( at least 30 -40 big blow downs, climb over under)...just on that section, and light bikes. To get through I think it would take a chain saw and a "work crew" ( an army) the more riders the better, even 2-3 you'd get worn out in no time....with the idea of camping 1/2 way, ( with extra gas) and taking 1-2 days to cut/find your way via walky-talkies, and mark/log/map the route for future riders. The hard part starts about say 150 klms east from Armstrong, the road to that point is easy. If there is enough interest lets put a BIG GROUP together, the more riders the better and lets plan something for 2021...before or after the bugs get us!