[The truck] route described by [the president of the insured] was a “real route” known to him and previously used by [the insured] and other companies. The maps and photographs in evidence, as well as the testimony of many witnesses for both the plaintiff and defendant, confirmed that Northeastern British Columbia is crisscrossed with seismic lines. Seismic lines are little more than paths through the bush cleared by bulldozers, but in the winter they are regularly used by large vehicles ... to travel off road to drilling sites.
Streeper Contracting Ltd. v. Insurance Corp. of British Columbia (2013)
2013 CarswellBC 545 (B.C. S.C.) at para. 49