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It's mostly individuals with tow rigs that do trail recoveries. The companies shy away from risky jobs. Join this FB group and post here if you need help: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2160745697472504
There's a guy in there named Chad that seems willing and capable to do most recoveries, so I saved his number in my phone too. Look for him on there and get his number.
Totally. It's a great first place to explore off-road. Beautiful views, and an easy drive. Most trails on the island are pretty tight, and you'll get pinstripping in your pretty new paint job, but this one is wide open as far as I remember. Also worth checking out nearby: North Main and Jordan Main, just on the north side of Jordan River. Just go explore!
Not much of a route to know :) Just turn off Hwy 14 at Forebay Rd, just south of Jordan River. There's a bunch to explore out there, and you can go as far as the dug out in a truck. I've heard dirt bikes and quads are getting through the dugout now.
All access from Hillcrest into the Hill 60 area is gated and locked, but with a capable rig you can get around it at a few different spots.
The gate that this original thread was about was on the Hill 60 FSR off of 18. It has since been re-opened, so that is the most direct route into Hill 60 now. Still need at least a lifted rig to get very far though. And the route down Porters Canyon to the river is washed out pretty bad and only passable with a big lift and probably lockers.
Nope, Hillcrest is almost always open. Chemainus River Park is a provincial park, so it's only closed during wildfire season. Totally accessible with any stock vehicle.
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