Indian Arm Snow Wheeling

My friend Ron (rubichronic) and I decided to check if we could make it to Indian Arm last sunday. The road was mostly ok and some sections were a little scatchy. Midway through the tire tracks finished and we started braking trail. The snow was 2′ deep in certain areas but it was powder and soft. When we started decending down towards the arm, snow disappeared. On the way back we were also able to do some night wheeling on the snow. It was an amazing trip that one I will always remember ūüôā

Hut Lake 3 Wheelin’

Lately I have been having difficulty to find time editing my videos. Life gets on the way. This one is actually from summer 2014. We had a great trip to Hut Lake in a small group of 3 jeeps. There were a lot 3 wheeling involved so I though that would be a good name for the video. Enjoy!

First Aerial Video

We were back in Squamish Area last weekend. My new friends Cedric and Krista joined me on this adventure. Cedric is an aerial videographer. I was so excited to have them with us for aerial videos and they were so excited to see what my jeep can do. It took us 6 hours to drive to the side of the lake and only 45 minutes to come back the same distance. There were close to 20 dead tree falls on the road. We pushed and pulled and managed our way through it. Cedric was only able to do 1 flight by the lake right before it got dark.

Please check out¬†for Cedric’s other videos and photos.

Snow Wheeling

This is the video of our 3 runs over 3 days. We started on January 1, 2013 in West Harrison area. On 3rd we went to Eagle mountain and on 6th we were on Britannia FSR. We had plenty of snow. I broke my steering stabilizer on Eagle mountain. Britannia FSR was full with fresh snow. We had to some logging but hey! this is how we maintain our access to our back country ūüôā


We went up the Mamquam River FSR last weekend. It wasn’t a technical ride but the scenery was well worth. We also had a couple in their 2012 new JK Rubicon. It was the first time they took their jeep offroad. I hope they liked it. My jeep is a lot of fun after the mods but I sometimes miss the stock form of my jeep when I see other shiny stock jeeps ūüôā


Ashlu Mines

This is the video of our trips to Eagle Mountain and Squamish Valley FSR. Second part of the video is in Squamish Valley area. We went to Ashlu and Cloudburst Mountain. One weekend we tried but we couldnt make it to the top in Ashlu because of snow. We went back the next week and the snow was gone. We went all the way up to the old mine site.



Brohm Ridge

Brohm Ridge is the place to go in August to watch breath taking sunsets. ¬†The sun disappears behind the long range of big mountains. ¬†I was so busy taking photos that I only realized later I didn’t shot any videos ūüôā


Britannia Copper Mines

We followed the Britannia Creek road up and first discovered old mine car tracks and a concrete structure. Then we went down towards the creek and passed by the old ruins of a swimming pool. ¬†This was old towns public swimming pool. When we arrived the creek, there was a little dam which was part of the power plant. ¬†Then we followed the route up the creek and crossed to creek later to get to the old generator building. ¬†This building’s roof has collapsed. ¬†The machinery and the back wall are still there.


Britannia Copper Mines


Mineral Peak

Aug 12th, 2012

This is our last trip to Mineral Peak. On the way, we stopped at the old ruins of Britannia Copper Mine power plant. From there we came back to Britannia Creek Fsr and followed the route up to get to Jane’s Basin. ¬†This was area where they used to dig and move earth. ¬†We decided to go further up. ¬†That was best decision. ¬†We started climbing up the mountain in our jeeps.¬†The road started getting narrower. ¬†We had to some sharp hair pin turns which had some pucker factor built in it. ¬†One side was mountain and the other side was a sharp 1000 ft drop. ¬†Once we get to the top we were¬†surprised¬†to find out that the top of mountain was big¬†crater from all the digging. ¬†The¬†scenery was breath taking.¬†¬†The peak itself is like a big crater or a big hole on top of the mountain. It must be all the digging for the minerals.