The trail heads up the valley to a fork in the stream. The north fork descends from a pass to the right at the headwaters of the milk river. The south fork, which the trail follows, leads to Cariboo Pass. Along the trail is a scenic waterfall, great alpine meadows. Above the Pass, on both sides, are magnificent views of icefields with the Kristi Glacier located to the west. At the end of the trail (3 km past the pass) is campsites with camp pads.
Trail is usually pretty good condition with some blowdown.
From Prince George, take Highway 16 East and travel 201 km and turn right onto Lamming Pit Road (about 7 km west of McBride). Alternatively you can turn right on Dore River Rd located 5 km west of McBride if you miss the first turn off. If turning onto Lamming Pit Road, travel 2 km till it reaches Dore River Rd and turn right. From this point at 6.3 km there will be a slight right, stay right to continue along the Dore River Road. Continue down the road for another 7.7 km till you reach a junction - keep right and travel another 7.8 km till where the bridge has been removed at a creek crossing. Park here.
Note: Porcupines inhabit the area. Bring chicken wire fencing to protect your vehicle.