The Duffey Lake Road is an iconic 100 km mountainous stretch of pavement that connects Pemberton and Lillooet. The road is great in both directions north or south and takes the average rider about 1.5 hours to complete. This road has all the key elements to satisfy most motorcycle riders like tight switchbacks, long sweeping corners, a few long straits, mountain views, glacial lakes and more photo opportunities than riders can handle.
The Duffey Lake Road has been resurfaced from start to finish a few years ago so the road quality is top notch, not to mention there are 300 plus corners over the 100 km stretch.
Lillooet is a small town located at the North end of this 100 km journey and here is where we will be taking a lunch break at Fort Berens Winery for a bite before heading back to Pemberton.
830 am – motorcycle orientation at Moto Experience home base
9 am – head north on highway 99 towards Lillooet
10 am – 15 min break at Duffey Lake
11 am – Lunch break at Fort Berens Winery
1145 am – head south on highway 99 towards Pemberton
130 pm – arrive back in Pemberton