Claymine Low Mobility Trail


The Claymine Low Mobility Trail opened in August 2015 and was built in partnership between the Cariboo Regional District, the Bouchie Lake Recreation Commission, Northern Development Initiative Trust, Cariboo Chilcotin Beetle Action Coalition and the provincial government through the BC Community Recreation Program.

Approximately 1km long and with a gentle grade, the Claymine Low Mobility trail winds through lush forest, looping around a large glacial erratic boulder, before traveling back to the trailhead. A wide variety of wildlife and bird species can be spotted in the area and there is an active herons’ nest in the vicinity of the trail. An accessible outhouse and informational kiosk are available at the trailhead for visitors’ convenience and an accessible picnic table is located along the trail. 

The Claymine Low Mobility Trail is located approximately 15km west of Quesnel. Visitors should cross the Moffat Bridge, heading west from Quesnel, and then turn right onto Elliot Street and then left onto N Fraser Drive. N Fraser Drive will become Blackwater Road. From Blackwater Road, visitors should turn right onto Claymine Road; the destination will appear on the left hand side.

Ongoing management of the site is provided by the Bouchie Lake Recreation Commission.

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