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      Excerpt from local trail guide:

      If Rossland is considered the Capital of Mountain Biking then surely the Boundary Country must be considered an Upscale Suburb.

      The Grand Forks, Midway and Christina Lake Areas have a varietyof trails that will satisfy the full spectrum of bikers from novice cross-country rider to the hard-core freerider. From the easy rider to any body that just wants to go for a ride, the Kettle Valley Railway (Trans-Canada Trail) runs through our area providing a number of access points to the trails listed in this guide.For the Cross-country crowd we offer a variety of trails from easy jaunts to lung busting
      climbs. For the freerider we offer from free-flowing to steep and gnarly with jumps and installs.

      We live in a beautiful, relatively untouched part of the world, featuring two rivers and a lake that provide excellent swimming and camping opportunities after a day or two on the bikes. A camera is a must as the vistas from these trails are spectacular, the view of the Kettle River Valley from Ripper and Harpold, the Granby River Valley from Thimble Mountain and Christina Lake from Deer Point Trail.

      We hope you enjoy your riding experience in our fine corner of this planet and find this guide helpful. Please pass this booklet on to others who may need a rewarding biking experience. This guide was made possible by the hard work and dedication of the Kettle River Mountain Biker’s Association. Club members are always up
      for a ride. ENJOY!

      Keith Dickson, President
      KETTLE RIVER MOUNTAIN BIKERS’ ASSOCIATION

      Photos of Boundary Mountain Bike

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      52 |
      Jul 2, 2016 @ 7:40pm
      Jul 2, 2016
      There's Willis, Courtenay
      report
      trail: Ripper Trail
      42 |
      Apr 22, 2016 @ 1:11pm
      Apr 22, 2016
      Ripper Trail, Grand Forks
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      trail: Ripper Trail
      31 |
      Apr 22, 2016 @ 1:11pm
      Apr 22, 2016
      Ripper Trail, Grand Forks
      trail: Green Tunnel
      246 |
      Jan 22, 2015 @ 11:53am
      Jan 22, 2015
      Green Tunnel, Christina Lake
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      Videos of Boundary Mountain Bike

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      4:17 | 318 | Nov 15, 2015
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      going fast & furious at Myra
      4:32 | 155 | Sep 1, 2015
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      Boundary Mountain Bike Routes

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      The Double Dewdney featured
      11.3 miles

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      Stats

      Avg Trail Rating
      Trails
      51
      Total Distance
      178.8 miles
      Total Descent Distance
      99.2 miles
      Total Descent
      10.0 miles
      Highest Trailhead
      1.3 miles
      Total Vertical
      1.0 miles
      Reports
      84
      Photos
      26
      Ridden Counter
      145
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