Burnaby Mountain is criss-crossed by numerous trails, many of them maintained by the mountain biking community. They include easy flowing trails, steep down hills and climbs, skinnies, log rides, ramps and ladders and numerous other natural and built features to hone your skills on.
Keep in mind, most of these trails are used by hikers and joggers, even some bicycle commuters, so keep your eyes and ears open, and share the trail.
Head towards Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, east of Vancouver. Parking can be found on Gagliardi Way, just north of where the high voltage power lines cross the road, on North Road, or at the University. It is possible to use the public bus system to do drops, but those pins of yours are pretty good at pushing a bike up a hill as well. Enjoy.
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Posted By: XPLAlN
- Sat May 30 17:31:13 UTC 2009
UpsideSecond only to the North Shore in Vancouver area. DownsideYou wouldn't spend a week there but so what. CommentA compact area offering a good variety of trails. Not as extensive as the North Shore and ultimately not as hard-core; nonetheless Burnaby has enough interest to warrant a visit for all abilities. Good natural trails enhanced with some really well made features. The bike park has great features too.
I've raced and ridden on some of the best trails in the Alps, Scotland and the USA. But I'd be happy to have Burnaby as my 'home' set of trails.
Posted By: robby
- Mon Mar 24 15:47:21 UTC 2008
Commentit is a good riding trail for novice bikers