Verktøy for personalisering og kundeengasjement

Long pedal up form town but best when shuttled to the top. Fast, fun descent. Freeze-thaw cycle isn't awful, but does make this trail rather slick.

Flow trail is a bit tight at the top, but gets really fast as you transition to the lower Rush. Chewed up, lots of braking bumps, but still fun. This line is my preferred line coming down. Awesome with a couple really dry spots in corners. Pretty dry and fast.

Winding trail with dips, climbs and descents. Awesome with a couple really dry spots in corners. Trail can be ridden in either direction. Highly advise starting from the Mt. From here the trail narrows and skirts a rocky hillside. Landings are getting a little rotted but the overall condition is good. Better yet, don't do it unless other people are pretty confident in your fitness. The start of the dirt road is marked on the Google Map directions on this page. All hits are roll-able and built for progressing your jumping skillz. Or with only moderate climbing involved these trails can keep almost anyone interested for hours. Few sections rutted out but great experience for my first ride there! The trails are well drained and suitable for riding when wet. after the jump you will enter the trail between two trees (fairly close together). The exposed rock section near the bottom is a highlight of the trail giving the exposed granite slabs of Squamish a run for their money. A few wet spots, but almost non-existent mud.