- Watershed: Upper Bulkley
- Difficulty: Moderate
- Trail Length: 2.3 km
- Round Trip: 2-3 hours
- Distance from Houston: 30-60km
- Cell Coverage: Yes
- Cell Service
Prospector’s Bluff is a small knob that offers great views of the surrounding area. The trail is an old mining road and is a great snowshoe destination. You get nice views of Tachek and Matzehtzel Mountains.
The old road has grown in with heavy Alder, so plan to bring a saw, machete or pruners to help clear the trail as you use it. If everyone helped one little bit at a time, the trail will be looking good in no time.
Cell service has partial coverage
There are no ribbon or signs along the way. Advanced navigational skills will be required. A combination of GPS data, spatially referenced digital maps, as well as a compass will be necessary for the best success. There are no amenities in the wilderness. Never venture out into the back country without proper gear and emergency provisions.
- Starting from the Houston Tourist Information building head east of Houston on Highway 16. Travel for 20 km until you get to the Perow loop road.
- At the junction of the North Rd, turn left and head down for 2.25km
- Turn left onto the Perow loop road
- Turn Left onto Jarmin Rd
- Once your reach the Perow FSR, keep going
- Turn left onto the North Road
- Park near the large gravel Pit at 39.5 km
- The trail takes off at the southwest end of the gravel pit and the trail is not signed.