Dual Slalom Track
New in 2008 it’s fun for all ages! Located on the Mighty Moose slope, it has perfectly round berms! Go head to head with your friends to see who is faster!
Skills Progression Park
This is a great place to learn new skills and brush up on old ones. Lots of wooden features including skinnies and bridges. Check out the new location beside Parking Lot #1 at the base of the resort!
Ben’s Big Rig
A machine built trail with a nice wide track. This trail will teach you to ride fall away turns and berms and is a fun way to get to Eville or Honey Bee.
From the top of the Elk Chair, ride along smooth wide track to the top of the Haulback T-bar. From there connect with other easier trails such as Cedar, View or do some pedaling around the Gorbie loop!
Reach this trail by the Boom Trail and enjoy a nice cruise down a wide track with only a few narrow sections all the way to the base. Use it to access View, Far Out, Eville, Honey Bee and Peep Show. A great connector!
A great warm up run from the top of the Elk chair. Traverses on a smooth dirt road past the Deer chair, and follows a single track to the base. The single track does have quite a few roots and some tight spots.
A wide machine packed trail with good sight lines and small berms. A great way to get off the roads and into the forest without feeling like you’re on a narrow single track.
Gorbie Loop is a wide double track trail that takes you into Cedar bowl. Expect a short climb to reconnect with the view trail when you reach the T-Bar. Or you can leave the resort area and get into Mount Fernie Provincial Park.
From the bottom of the Boomerang Chair, this smooth, secluded dirt road will lead you down hill back to the resort.
One of our most popular trails received a major grooming for summer 2010! A smooth trail with small berms and some wide bridges through the wet sections. A favorite for sure!
A shortcut to get to the chairlift from the Cedar Trail, this wide and smooth trail will initiate the riders to a long steep section!
Silk & Manchuria
Part of our winter cross-country ski trail system, approximately 10km of smooth double track with gentle grades. Great for beginner riders.
Starts in a wide single track off of the Cedar trail, with one steep section and comes out onto a dirt road that leads to the Hobbits Trail.
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