Smells Like Bacon is the first machine built freeride trail (whistler a-line style) in northern BC. The trail starts on a large 10 foot high platform with a down ramp into a ramp to drop or table top jump. From there the trail snakes through a series of whoops and burns into a set of skinnies leading to another platform with a down ramp to build speed into a series of 3 tables. Immediately followed with a wall to drop into a high burm flowing to a step up immediately followed by a choice of 3 drops. Upon landing the drops you'll lead right into another 2 tables followed by a burm pushing you into a 6foot table that lands into a gully with a sweet step up on the other side. At this point you can take a breath but don't fall asleep cause you'll miss the rock drop that lands onto the steep slope that you want to build as much speed as you can for the big wall ride. After the wall ride burms and tables flow for the next half of the trail, that ends with a series of 3 high burms with a large table in between the last two burms. The trail is short but is packed with super technical lines and will keep you on your toes.
From Burns Lake travel north on 8th avenue to the end at the top of the avenue where it takes a hard left and meets 9th ave. Turn right on 9th ave and left on Gowan Rd. Turn left on Boer Mt road and follow till you see the Burns Lake Mountain Bike Park sign at the bike park parking lot. Once you park your vehicle, take the park road up and follow the directional signs to the top of the hill where the downhill trails start.
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