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The new parking lot is north-east of the Udell gate. Continue north on Udell and take the first right that goes slightly uphill. (Don't take the left fork as it's a private driveway!)

Please park at the south end of the lot under the three large trees (parking off the dirt on the gravel is fine if conditions are dry) Leave the north end of the lot free so horse trailers can turn around.

The majority of the Pikchuck Tract bike trails are north-west of the Udell gate. There are two ways to get from the parking to the trails. You can ride back out through the entrance of the parking lot to the Udell gate, or ride north out of the lot onto Tractor Beam which will take you to the power line road. Turn left on the power line road and then right on the road that comes in from the gate.

Most of the downhill trails start on a peak, so always take the uphill fork!

Note that the peak south-west of the parking area is not Tree Farm land so there are no trails there.

Never block the Udell gate--trucks can come and go at any time--even on weekends.
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