Whispering Pines 4x4 Track For ATV Riding

The 48th most popular all terrain vehicle trail in British Columbia.

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North of Kamloops, the Whispering Pines Racetrack has a 4x4 track open to ATV riding. This track is open Tuesday, Thursday, weekends & holidays for public use.

The Whispering Pines 4x4 Track is located about 33km (40 minutes) north of Kamloops at 615 Whispering Pines Drive which is access from Westsyde Road. Visitors can purchase a $20 day pass ($15 for GKMA members) at RTR Performance. A $100 deposit is required for the key.

Overall, Whispering Pines 4x4 Track is the 48th most popular ATV riding trail of all 61 ATV trails in British Columbia. Several of the better atv trails are nearby Whispering Pines 4x4 Track including Logan Lake Resource Management Area, Batchelor Heights / Lac du Bois, Buse Hill, Inks Lake, Greenstone Mountain and Sciutto Lake FSR.


Local Contact(s):  Kamploops ATV Club (250) 579-9702; River City Cycle 250-377-4320; Kamloops Yamaha 250-828-2750; Alternate Cycle 250-372-1096; Variable Rentals 250-573-6073; Leading Edge Motor Sports 250-372-8534; RTR Performance 250-374-3141.

Base Camp:  Duffy Lake Forestry Campground, Kamloops

Luxury Loding:  Accent Inn, Kamloops (250) 374-8877; South Thompson Inn, Kamloops (800) 797-7713

Reference Source:  click here http://www.wpcib.com/

Article Source:   Best Whispering Pines 4x4 Track ATV Trails Review https://www.trailsource.com/?type=ATV&id=21015

GPS:  50.96911, -120.251337

Date Published:  1/6/2016

Date Updated:  8/19/2016

ID:  21015

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