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      The Allison-Chinook Public Land Use Zone and Provincial Recreation area is located on the east side of Tecumseh Mountain at the continental divide. The forested, sheltered and rolling terrain contains cross country ski trails, some hiking trails, a public campground, lake, and picnic shelters. All trails are for non-motorized use only.

      Most of the trails are good for mountain biking. Some are more rugged than others and some are not fun on a bike. Check the following notes for more information:
      • Hiking Trail, (211) to (207), is fast and exciting to ride downhill, so watch for hikers.
      • Gill’s Gully, (109) to Deadman's Pass OHV trail, is narrower and rockier than most of the ski trails.
      • Whitetail and Cedar, (501) to (502) to (503) are new, and the ground is still soft and rough – avoid these on a bike.
      • Bullmoose, (503) to (605), usually has soft muddy sections. Avoid it.
      • There are also some singletrack hiking/biking trails not shown on this map. One is east of and parallel to Camp Trail near (204) and (205). Another goes around the north side of Chinook Lake.
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