Starvation Lake / Cheakamus Canyon For ATV Riding

The 21st most popular all terrain vehicle trail in British Columbia.

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North of Vancouver near Squamish and north of Brackendale, the Starvation Lake area has nice ATV riding.

The trailhead is located north of Brackendale across the road from the old roadhouse. There is not really a great place to park at this access point. The trail starts by paralleling the highway and then turns into the forest. After a short climb, there is a vista over Starvation Lake. The route down is rocky and challenging. There is a trail around the lake and there is another heading north to Cheakamus Canyon along an old washed out road.

Note: As of August 2008, the Ministry of Forests Regulations require all ATV drivers to be at least 16 years of age and have a valid drivers license to ride on Forest Service Roads. In addition, the ATV must have valid third-party liability insurance, which is typically around $120 per year. The Conservation Officers will issue a $600 ticket if you do not have proof of insurance.

Overall, Starvation Lake / Cheakamus Canyon is the 21st most popular ATV riding trail of all 61 ATV trails in British Columbia.


Local Contact(s):  Squamish Visitor Centre (604) 815-4994.

Best Season:  Difficult

Luxury Loding:  Harrison Hot Springs (800) 663-2266; Sun Wolf Resort in Brackendale; Mountain Retreat Hotel

Breakfast Restaurant:  Bean Around The World Coffee

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Article Source:   Best Starvation Lake / Cheakamus Canyon ATV Trails Review

Date Published:  1/6/2016

Date Updated:  8/5/2016

ID:  18913

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