So last year I was fortunate to explore the Spatsizi Plateau/Sacred Headwaters area not just once... ....but twice. And this year I want to try from the other side. Not from the south as I was thinking of last year (via the rail grade from Fort St James) which would be impossible this early in the year (and possibly at any time) but from the east. The plan is to access the alpine region from the Omineca Resource Access Road (aka the Kemess Mine Road.) The road is deactivated after the Sturdee Airstrip, but as far I can find out, it should be doable to at least Black Lake and hopefully to Albert's Hump. The only issues may be fuel, lack of bridges, and possibly snow. The only documented motorcycle trip up here (that I can find anyways) was by Tom Grenon 11 years ago. You can check out his journey here. The Kemess mine is closed now so the road has not been maintained but by all accounts should be fine for a properly equipped ADV bike. Anyways, I am looking for any recent intel that you guys can give me. Apparently there is a new hunting outfitter operating near Black Lake and if someone knew his name/phone number, that would be excellent. Or if you know anyone working in mining in the area who might be able to arrange for a fuel stash that would be even better. (UPDATE: I found out who it is, but have yet to get a hold of him.) I am also looking for a riding partner for all or some of the trip. If there's time; I wouldn't mind checking out Kwadacha (Fort Ware) as well if time allows. This is about of remote of a trip as you can find, so you'll need a reliable bike and be willing to do some spartan camping. I'll be bringing my fishing rod .