Province - State: British Columbia
Highway 1 south of Cache Creek, until you reach Hope, take the Hwy 7 into Harrison Hot Springs. It may only be 230km in distance but you will need a full day to ride it. So much to see, traffic is lighter as very few tractor trailers on are this road.
We didn't stay overnight in Cache Creek, there are 9 hotels in the town. There are a lot of places to stay at Harrison Hot Springs, pricey but it is a tourist place. We stayed with family so do not have a hotel that we can recommend from our experience.
Favorite Restaurant / Pub / Place to stop?:
In Cache Creek we ate at Herbies Drive-in... AMAZING food! Burgers, fish and chips, the ice cream and milk shakes... Mmmmm
In Harrison we ate on the patio at a German restaurant, the Black Forest, food was good, view was great.
Lots of places to choose from at Harrison Hot Springs.
Fuel readily available?:
Yes lots of places for fuel.
Road conditions: Great
Scenery: Get your camera ready!
How many years have you been riding?: 2-4 yrs
Services: Gas Available, Repair shop, Restrooms
Overall: Must Do!
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Even though it is the Trans Canada Hwy 1, it is used as a secondary road, less traveled road, so many places to stop and take pictures. Love riding along the rivers, all those windy roads.