Didn't get a chance to explore them all but saw a few stunts and some nice flowy downhills.
Drive SW on lakeshore Blvd., turn South on Chute Lake Road. Where it makes a hard right 1.7km up, turn lefty/straighty up the forestry road 3.8 km to an obvious parking area. Plod up the hill 500-700+m and look for trails both on the left & right sides of the road.
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Posted By: bikepirate
- Fri Aug 06 06:27:59 UTC 2010
CommentI enjoyed the trails, but found a lot of the stunts to be in poor condition - depends on the trail - and it was hard to figure out the network of trails if you've never ridden in the area. Finding the trail head wasn't too bad, but figuring out where to go once a trail spat you out on the fire road was challenging.
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Posted By: rexvirtue
- Sun Sep 13 16:05:29 UTC 2009
Upsidewell planned and well marked trails. all levels of stunts. easy shuttle. Commentdo this trail. you could spend a day here and never ride the same trail twice. The second time is better, because you know whats up next. get a map or a local to show you whats going on.
Posted By: fergy16
- Fri Sep 08 22:00:58 UTC 2006
UpsideGreat down Hill always a way around if your not up for the big stuff DownsideSome areas are very sandy and hard to get any grip CommentThe Ride uphill takes about and hour and 20 min and its a great work out makes the downhill well worth it.
Posted By: Dubprof
- Mon Jun 12 05:00:45 UTC 2006
Upsidegreat trails...lotsa variability. PLenty to choose from..go as big as you want...easy shuttle. Can do it with a crappy car, but a truck is better
Downsidelotsa cow-shit bombs. Commentbest trails - 1. yo mama 2. Kerplop 3. RubherDown