I posted this on a different thread, http://www.sportsmobileforum.com/for...e-s-21091.html
but it didn't get much traction, so REF suggested starting a new thread..
A friend and I have put together an off road route on Vancouver Island that ends up at a very remote, wilderness beach at the far Northern end of the island, by way of a few hundred miles of logging roads and trails. It's likely we will run into mud and some snow, but nothing extreme and we have plenty of recovery gear. This trip is scheduled for departure on the Anacortes to Sidney ferry on Oct 9th, and picking up a couple more friends in Comox on the 10th and should last about four or five days, with options to extend it further. REF will be coming from the B.C. mainland, (Vancouver) and taking the ferry to Nanimo. At pretty much any point along the route, there are easy bail outs leading to the paved island highway, so if you want to depart early it's easy. Several folks have expressed interest in joining up, but have yet to fully commit, so I'm open to a couple others. If you might be interested let me know.