Clear Creek Hot Springs OHV Route

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Kent, British Columbia

Clear Creek Hot Springs OHV Route is a 33.5 mile lightly trafficked point-to-point trail located near Kent, British Columbia, Canada that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options.

Length33.5 miElevation gain8,228 ftRoute typePoint to point
BackpackingCampingHikingNature tripsohv / off road drivingForestLakeHot springsRiverViewsWildlife
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Saeed Samadinia
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OHV/Off-road drivingGreat!

very easy and wide road even for sedan cars. couldn't finish it due to low fuel. the route goes all the way up the east side of the lake. camping area at the lake bank.

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Jamie S
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OHV/Off-road drivingBugsGreat!Off trailRockyWashed out

Great trail, we went up in a 02 pathfinder with a lift and 32s and the whole way up was awesome! No complaints. We seen people up at the tubs that drove up in cars... I wouldn’t try that

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Del Morrison
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OHV/Off-road drivingBridge outMuddyOver grownRockyWashed out

after the recent rains the washouts have gotten worse. still a fun trail but you do need something with better clearance and tires. also wider vehicles won't have access much longer as "Maggie" is blocking half of he road after one of hills with th road starting to give way where everyone has to go around it. none of the creeks were an issue though.

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Del Morrison
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OHV/Off-road drivingBridge outFloodedMuddyRockyWashed out

Awesome hotsprings, three tubs to choose from. best time is first thing in the morning or later in the evening . roads in were fine till last stretch with constant washouts and two somewhat decent rivers to cross. Got upto the hotsprings ok in my Santa Fe, but ended up staying a second day due to the closest river being trickier on the way out. I'd recommend this trip to anyone looking for a good drive and great bath. but for the love of BC, clean up after yourself

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Dani Haaf
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sooo many deacts. long and beautiful drive and cute tubs about 100m from the river.

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Emilie M
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OHV/Off-road drivingWashed out

Harrison East FSR is well maintained and okay for 2wd, but 4x4 is necessary for the last 13km up Clear Creek FSR to the springs. Lots of mild but annoying water bars every few hundred metres, and a few creek crossings which were not very deep when we went. There is one annoying section of a few boulders in a washout, but someone has added logs to make the descent a little easier. My Xterra made it easily! Springs were awesome and hot, had been relatively cleaned up, but there were a few clothing items left behind. Few groups there on a Monday who were all very nice and pleasant to talk with. Note: Human waste is problem in the forest area behind the springs, but with no outhouse, I guess there's no other options...

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Morgan Kearl
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So, drove out to Clear Creek Hot Springs today. From Harrison it took 2 hours. Harrison FSR is doable in a 2 wheel drive. Once you get on Clear Creek FSR a 4x4 is required. We were in a Tacoma and bottomed out twice. Last few years the road was graded and easier to get to. Now there are numerous washouts, large rocks, water up to the doors, and areas where you will not make it unless you have clearance. Once up there there are many campers and vehicles, everyone was partying, and beer cans everywhere. Not peaceful at all. There are 3 tubs fed by hoses. Water was very nice, but not a natural feeling. Someone had pooped on the floor in the shed/changeroom. So, overall it was fun to 4x4 out, but once there, a little disappointed.

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Tim Zol
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OHV/Off-road driving
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Why is this called a different name?? -- its Clear Creek hot springs. Good spot! 4x4 recommended Im heading there today lol

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Isaac Flink
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Todd Colclough
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OHV/Off-road driving
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Allen Buhler
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OHV/Off-road driving
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