Lick Creek Trail Details
Mainly in the South Chilcotin Provincial Park, not your favourite Bike Park, so ride accordingly. NOTE: This trail is multi-use in both directions. It is used by packhorse trains, so ride with caution.
That said - This trail is an epic downhill as reward for the tough climb up.
Trail features great views on top and many root drops and ledges up to .5m in height on the decent. The trail bed is mainly sandy/kitty litter, creating dust issues in dry season and erosion issues. Ride don't slide, unless you plan to come back and do trail maintenance.
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More Stats for Lick Creek Trail mountain bike trail
Altitude change-1,957 ft
Altitude min4,348 ft
Altitude max1.3 miles
Altitude start1.2 miles
Altitude end4,348 ft
Distance climb4,235 ft
Distance down2.7 miles
Distance flat450 ft
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Lick Creek Trail Trail Reports
Jul 21, 2016 @ 5:26pmJul 21, 2016
|All clear of trees now.few corners are a little greasy after recent storms.|
Jul 14, 2016 @ 6:10pmJul 14, 2016
|Trail is in great shape, brushed back a few sections that were encroaching on the trail and cleaned up some obnoxious roots in awkward...|
Jul 7, 2016 @ 8:05pmJul 7, 2016
|Lick Creek is SO GOOD right now, the recent rain has given the trail loads of grip. It is riding really well, but there remains multiple trees...|
Jun 29, 2016 @ 8:02pmJun 29, 2016
|Passed through Eldorado Basin via High Trail today and still a lot of snow in the basin on north facing slopes (such as on the climb to Lick...|
Jun 19, 2016 @ 8:03pmJun 19, 2016
|Accessed via High Trail climb/grind/grunt today. Still completely snow covered from bottom of first hike a bike section (between Camel and Cabin...|
Technical Trail Features (TTF)
Routes with this trail
|3 Day Chilcotin riding adventure with back country camp stays - RideSpots.com||49.1 miles|
|Tyax->Camel Pass->High Trail->Lick Creek||21.9 miles|
|Lick Creek - Chilcotins, BC - RideSpots.com||18.9 miles|
|South Chilcotin Grand Tour||55.6 miles|
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