Bisson Lake

Total Miles
2.9

Elevation

1,405.05 ft

Duration

2 Hours

Technical Rating

3

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

This winding trail takes you through a couple of washouts and a steep off-camber side slope tilting to the steep edge of the road, this trail rewards you with a nice small campsite 4 in total, a small boat launch, and a beautiful lake with great fishing. Makes for a great weekend getaway or a stop along your planned overland trip. I would recommend early spring to early winter, off camber section could be tough in winter if iced over.

Difficulty

This is a 4x4-only trail that will need high clearance for washouts. Use extreme caution on an off-camber section of trail. Be prepared for pinstriping trail can be tight at spots.

Technical Rating

3

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Access Description

Go east of Cherryville and travel 2.5 km south on the Kettle River Forest Service Road. Turn north onto KettleBison FSR and travel 2.4 km and take the left fork onto Bison FSR. This last 2.3 km stretch of road is extremely eroded and nearly impassable. 4WD is required beyond this fork.

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