Frisby Creek Forest Service Road is a tree-lined dirt road along Lake Revelstoke, part of the Columbia River. The trees and vegetation are thick, so the views of the lake are scarce, but there is a climb at the end of the trail that provides marvelous views of the vibrant blue water, which gets its color from the glacial runoff from Mount Revelstoke and the surrounding glaciers.
4X4 is not needed until the final climb; there are a series of switchbacks and a steep dropoff with no guardrail, and the road turns pretty rocky for the last five miles, but the view from the top is spectacular. The trail runs through Crown Land, so camping is allowed anywhere off the road.
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