Brohm Ridge / Cat Lake Riding Area For Dirt Biking
The 14th most popular offroad motorcycle trail in British Columbia.
Tuesday 19 July 2016 06:17 GMT
North of Vancouver near Squamish in the Cheekye Branch FSR, the Brohm Ridge / Cat Lake Riding Area has 35km of singletrack trails and old logging roads open to dirt biking. Most off-road motorcycle riders will find this to be a challenging place to explore with many rocky, steep trail sections.
There is one staging area for the Cat / Brohm riding area, but it may not be currently signed. To reach the off-road motorcycle Brohm Ridge / Cat Lake Riding Area from the Squamish Visitor Centre, head north on Highway 99 for 15km. Turn right on Cheekye/Brohm Forest Service Road for 1km (do not park at the entrance). At the first intersection, turn right for 0.4km downhill into an open area for staging. If you were looking to camp, a nice site is about 1.5km further up Cheekye/Brohm Forest Service Road.
Overall, Brohm Ridge / Cat Lake Riding Area is the 14th most popular dirt bike trail of all 36 dirt biking rides in British Columbia. Several of the better dirt bike trails are nearby Brohm Ridge / Cat Lake Riding Area including Starvation Lake / Cheakamus Canyon, Mamquam FSR and Lava Flow Riding Area.