Conroy Creek FSR is an industrial use Forest Service Road near Squamish, BC. In addition to its industrial use, it attracts backroad enthusiasts interested in exploring the area.
Note: There is active logging (5 am to 5 pm) on Conroy Creek FSR, so be very careful as the road is narrow, and if a truck shows up, you will have to back up till you find a pullout. If you have a two-way radio, monitor RR 1 channel to listen for the logging truck going up or down on the road.
Visit Conroy Creek FSR to enjoy the backroads, feel the serenity of nature, hike, rock climb, camp, or simply explore the wilderness.
How to get there
Access to Conroy Creek FSR is via Highway 99, approx 24.5 km north of Squamish (from the intersection of Cleveland Ave and Highway 99).
Start driving North on Highway 99 from Squamish and continue past the Culliton Creek Bridge (Orange Bridge). The turn off for Conroy FSR is approximately 3 km north from the orange bridge.
Note: Conroy Creek FSR is recommended for 4×4 vehicles only
At the beginning of the Conroy FSR, there is some parking for the Cheakamus Canyon Climbing area. This climbing area has about 100 climbing routes for beginner to expert climbers.
Check Canyon Recreation Site is only approx 0.70 km from the Conroy Creek FSR turn off. The road till the campground is in good shape. However, it gets rough after the campground.
Exploring the Conroy FSR
I went up the road for approx 10 km from the turn off that is where the active logging was taking place. The Conroy FSR elevation gain is from 1230 feet (375 m) at the turn off to about 4220 (1286 m) till the logging area.
The road can be rough and narrow at times. Watch out for logging trucks, especially when going through switchbacks or corners.
Some sections of the road can be very muddy.
The elevation gain on Conroy FSR offers magnificent views of the Tantalus Range, surrounding mountains, and Black Tusk Mountain.
Enjoy beautiful views along the road.
Check out our video for a virtual experience of exploring Conroy FSR:
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