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Posted By: john_lauritzen
- Fri Feb 05 00:15:11 UTC 2010
UpsideYour not kidding, this trail is for experts only, unless you enjoy having your bike take you for a downhill hike. DownsideThis trail needs a little TLC, but than again what for. You pro's love these type of trails. It's a popular one too. Fresh signs of tire and wipe outs. CommentYou connect with Coquitlam Lake view trail at the bottom. Dogs love this trail, at least mine did. My goal is to ride this trail and not walk it like i did today. Nevertheless, I had a blast!
Posted By: bdbgreg
- Mon Sep 15 23:09:23 UTC 2008
UpsideSteep and technical, classic old school shore style trail. DownsideAlmost no flow on some sections of the trail. CommentProbably should have used a freeride or downhill bike; dual suspension XC bikes are not suited to that.
Posted By: Panzer_ace
- Fri Jun 30 08:29:28 UTC 2006
Upside- Nice technical old school style North Shore trail. Pretty steep with lots of roots and rocks. - a couple 4-5ft drops/steep rock rolls, but trail is mostly natural with no ladders or ramps DownsideFlow gets killed by a few odd turns and poorly done sections. CommentPretty nice advanced trail. Great if you like steep old school stuff.
Posted By: SkyGrabber
- Sat Jan 28 17:57:19 UTC 2006
CommentI have submitted a gps track for Lower Vic's and the logging road back to your car. Upper and Lower Vic's are separated by an old footpath. After riding the first part (very steep and twisty), you will come to the path. Turn right and the trailhead for lower Vic's is 100' up the path on your left. I'll post the gps for Upper Vic's another time!