The 99 Mile Low Mobility Trail opened in October 2014 and was built in partnership between the Cariboo Regional District, the Hun City Mountain Bike Club Society, Northern Development Initiative Trust, Cariboo Chilcotin Beetle Action Coalition and the provincial government through the BC Community Recreation Program.
Approximately 1.7 km long, the trail winds through verdant mountain forest and features four viewpoints, including one overlooking a wetland and another providing an expansive view of 100 Mile House and Stephenson Lake. Accessible picnic tables and benches are interspersed along the trail route. The trail terminates at the Nordic Beanstalk cabin site, which features the cabin and a fire pit as well as an accessible outhouse and accessible picnic table.
The trail has a packed, six foot wide crushed gravel surface and a gentle grade, with a 600m section of moderate difficulty and a 100m steeper section of higher difficulty.
The 99 Mile Low Mobility Trail is located about 2 km south of 100 Mile House at the Hun City Mountain Bike Club parking area on Ainsworth Road. Ongoing management of the site is provided by the Hun City Mountain Bike Club.
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