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GRST Trail Information

Trail Map
Map of the Gold Rush Snowmobile Trail
KNOW BEFORE YOUR GO
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Map 3

Please click below to download GPS waypointed topographical maps on this section of the trail:

Map 2

Please click below to download GPS waypointed topographical maps on this section of the trail:

Map 1

Please click below to download GPS waypointed topographical maps on this section of the trail:

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Use Our Maps On Your Phone

5 Easy Steps to download and use our maps on your iOs or Android device:

  1. Download Avenza Maps on iTunes or Google Play:
    https://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/avenza-pdf-maps/id388424049?mt=8#
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.Avenza
  2. Once downloaded, click onto the top right corner plus symbol to import a map
  3. Go to http://goldrushsnowmobiletrail.com/trail-information and click onto the map you wish to download
  4. Copy that maps url into the website url field within the Avenza app
  5. Open the map on your phone and enjoy!

Can maps be used offline after downloaded?
Yes! If you are outside of your cellular coverage area, our maps will still work without the concern of roaming or data charges. They work with your mobile devices built-in GPS system connectivity and remain active even when your cellular data is disabled. Happy trailblazing!

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STAY & PLAY
Along the Gold Rush Snowmobile Trail (GRST), there are many places to enjoy some much needed rest and relaxation. No matter if you prefer roughing it in the great outdoors or having a roof over your head at night, you will find the right accommodations for you. You can camp virtually anywhere along the GRST, or if you seek more comfortable accommodations, you can stop in a community along the trail.

CAMPING
Of course, camping is a lower cost option than accommodations which offer numerous amenities. In theory, you could sleep under the stars or set up a tent along the Gold Rush Snowmobile Trail (GRST).

  1. You are more than welcome to set up camp alongside the trail. Please be advised that, for safety reasons, we ask that you do not camp on the actual trail. People riding snowmobiles and ATVs may travel the GRST at any time, day or night.
  2. Additionally, if you will be camping along the trail, please check the current local fire regulations for information as there may be fire bans in effect. Please remember that leaving litter in British Columbia’s forests is illegal and is a finable offence. The best practice is to pack out what you pack in.

Valentine Lake, Helena Lake, Rail Lake, Spout Lake, and Two Mile Lake also offer established recreation campsites, which are pay per use, for those seeking a little more comfort. If you are planning to stay in a recreation campsite, we encourage you to do some research and find out what these campsites have to offer as the amenities at each will vary. Many other lakes in the area along the GRST also have unofficial camping areas for you to enjoy.

LODGING
Cabins and lodges have a higher cost than camping, but offer more amenities for your enjoyment. Typically, when you stay in a cabin, you do not need to bring anything other than your own food and toiletries. In lodges, food is usually provided. Most cabins and lodges will have shower facilities. You might also consider staying at a quaint bed and breakfast during your Gold Rush Snowmobile Trail (GRST) adventure. The best way to be sure what is or is not included in your stay is to confirm upon reservation.

Cabins and/or lodging may be found in the GRST locations of 70 Mile House, 100 Mile House, 108 Mile House, Spout Lake, Two Mile Lake, and Horsefly. The communities of 70 Mile House, 100 Mile House, 108 Mile House, and Horsefly each also have at least one motel and/or hotel. Bed and breakfasts can be found in 70 Mile House, 100 Mile House, 108 Mile House, and Horsefly. Please be advised that accommodations at each facility will vary, so we recommend that you do some research to find a place that will best suit your needs.

FUEL/FOOD & BEVERAGE
Those seeking food, fuel, power sport parts and service, or other supplies should also consider stopping in some of the wonderful communities along the Gold Rush Snowmobile Trail (GRST).

  1. If you require nourishment, you can obtain groceries in 100 Mile House and Horsefly.
  2. Alternatively, you can visit a restaurant/pub in 70 Mile House, 100 Mile House, or Horsefly.
  3. Fuel can be obtained in 70 Mile House, 100 Mile House, 108 Mile House, and Horsefly.
  4. In 100 Mile House, there are power sport parts and service shops.
  5. Currently, the only community along the GRST in which you can buy a tent and a full camping supply is 100 Mile House.