A sweet flowy and technical trail, excellent for expert, advanced and intermediate riders. Definitely nothing but a headache for beginners. All natural terrain, steeps, rock faces, roots galore, trees; you name it, Cypress has it.
Trail Descriptions for Cypresss Mountain trails for moutain biking can be found here.
Take Cypress Mountain exit. Head up Cypress. At the first switchback, park your lower shuttle car. Continue up until you reach the first provincial picnic grounds (not the lookout) and park here. Cross the road on your bike and head down the trail past the barricade. Now you'll follow double track road for a short distance up-hill. You can get a lot of speed up on the lower part of the trail. This is one of my favourite trails on Cypress.
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Posted By: Sworks
- Sun Sep 18 04:13:32 UTC 2005
UpsideHi, This poor trail has been abused so much. It was once a single track, now its a deep rooted gully. But it still makes me smile and gets me off if I have the guts to ride the long wet rock face on upper roach. Downsidenone really, it would be great if every rider spent a little time on trail maintance. even thought the trail is not a legal ride in WVAN. We are trying to get them on side so all riders please do your best to be on your best. Do not lock up brakes and slide! CommentIt is a NS trail not really a 5 (Sorry Amy) but it would depend where you are from. It is not even close to lerners trail, unless you like to wlk your bike lots. Cheers.
Posted By: Ben Heaps
- Mon Jul 22 05:10:52 UTC 2002
Upsidefun trail Commenti wouldnt suggest riding in the winter time, unless you want to ride on snow.