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Nadina Mountain Park is located in west-central British Columbia, approximately 42 km southwest of Houston. Access to the Park follows a radio controlled logging road. Public vehicles are permitted, but please proceed with caution and be aware that loaded logging trucks have the right of way.

  • Travel the Yellowhead Highway (Hwy 16) to the town of Houston.
  • Turn south 2 kilometres west of Houston onto the Morice River Forest Service Road (also known as the Huckleberry road). This Forest Service Road (FSR) is marked in kilometres starting at the Canfor Mill site near the Yellowhead Highway.
  • Driving 27 kilometres will bring you to the junction of the Huckleberry and Morice Lake Roads.  Continue straight (south) on the Huckleberry Road to the Owen Lake Recreation Site just after the 39 kilometre marker.
  • Turn right into the rec site onto Klate Road, drive across a bridge, up a short hill and turn right at a Y in the road at 1 km.
  • Continue for 6 km to the end of this logging road. Park at the bottom of a clear-cut where the road becomes impassable to access the Nadina Mountain Trail.

Please note: A vehicle with generous clearance is required to travel the road after Owen Lake.