Trail 1 – Advanced – Downhill
One of our upper trails. The trail has a technical pedal section through the woods into fun flowing open slope switchbacks. The trail is good for a warm up and to get used to a big bike if you haven’t been on one before.
Trail 2 – Advanced – Downhill
Found immediately to the right off of the lift this trail has three distinct sections. The first is high speed technical rocks, into a tight wooded sprint, ending with a steeper speed section meeting up with trail 3. The majority of the mountains trails can be accessed from this one trail.
Trail 3 & 4 – Advanced – Downhill
These trails are combined with work roads on the mountain. They are most often used for connecting different lines down the mountain or the occasional hand breather. Riders beware we do have water bars on trails 3 and 4. Some are good for a little air; some are good for a trip over the bars.
Trail 6a – Advanced – Downhill
A short but extremely fun trail. Riders enter the trail at high speeds as they straight-line through a sparsely wooded section. The trail exits out onto two ladder jumps (or rollers) and back into the woods for a finish.
Trail 15 – Advanced – Mixed Use
This trail often follows trail 1. The trail has a great mix of flowy singletrack and short technical rock gardens. This trail is xc friendly as well as downhill bikes.
Trail 16 –Beginner – Cross Country
This trail is a beginner level xc trail that does a 2.5 mile loop on the bottom portion of our mountain. It is a multi use trail for foot and wheeled enjoyment.
Trail 13 – Advanced – Freeride
One of our flagship trails, 13 is our introduction to freeriding. The trail exhibits numerous man made features including berms, drops, ladders, and jumps.
Trial 18 – Expert – Downhill
This trail is classic world cup style downhill. All the rocks, roots, and steeps you can handle. Before downhillers sought air there was gnarly terrain and this trail is a prime example of that.
Trail 19 – Advanced – Downhill
This trail was purpose built to be one of the fastest trails on our mountain. The terrain of the existing open ski slope was a no brainer for high speed drops and jumps. Trail 19 currently is the start of our future slope style course. The trail splits off of trail 18 and joins with 13 at the bottom.
Trail 9 – Advanced – Cross Country
This trail is one of our most advanced level xc rides. The trail takes you away from the DH trails and is a nice way to be out on the mountain and away from most other riders. The trail has climbs and descents and is more suited for a xc/all mountain bike or the dh rider with tree trunks for legs.
Beginner DH Trail – Advanced – Downhill
This trail was born in the summer of 11’. We at the mountain recognized a need for a trail that would get more inexperienced and younger riders on the mountain. This trail contains banked and bermed turns with little technical riding. The trail currently meets up with trail two before a somewhat steep section and this is why is must have an advanced difficulty rating. When the trail is finished it will be a great way to get on a bike and enjoy our beautiful mountain.