Meager Creek FSR Road (ruins)
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A view of the ruins of the Meager Creek Forest Service Road up the Lillooet River Valley about 65 kilometers north of Pemberton, British Columbia. The road was completely destroyed by the August 6, 2010 Mt. Meager landslide (Capricorn Creek slide) which wiped out a vast area of the valley & flooded much of the river into the forest, resulting in the biggest landslide to date in Canadian history. Here there was formerly a bridge crossing that is completely gone now, a landscape now mucky w/ the Lillooet River. The road is not forecasted to be rebuilt due to geologic instability of the area, formerly one could travel eight kilometers to the once popular Meager Creek Hot Springs.