5.2 miles
Distance
363 ft
Climb
-362 ft
Descent
2,276 ft
High Point

Loop ride from end of Lorimer Rd - A river runs through it and Emerald Forest.

Detailed Description
A River Runs Through It Loop is a 5 mile less popular expert route located near Whistler British Columbia. This mountain bike only route can be used one direction and has a moderate overall physical rating. This route includes 17 trails. This route climbs 363 ft with a max elevation of 2,276 ft then descends -362 ft.
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194 Reviews & Comments

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aSliceofSam (Aug 14, 2021 at 11:01)
A trail from another era, honestly kinda blows. Showed this trail to a bunch of buddies none of them liked it. I've ridden it maybe a dozen times and it's only now I realize that it has no redeeming qualities. So rooty and slow I've only cleared it a couple of times. Every time I ride it I question if I've done it on reverse because it sucks. It's this kind of blue trail a new MTBr tries and then goes oh I guess biking isn't for me, noooooo this trail is just dick . Imagine going from a green to this.
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aSliceofSam (Aug 14, 2021 at 11:01)
A trail from another era, honestly kinda blows. Showed this trail to a bunch of buddies none of them liked it. I've ridden it maybe a dozen times and it's only now I realize that it has no redeeming qualities. So rooty and slow I've only cleared it a couple of times. Every time I ride it I question if I've done it on reverse because it sucks. It's this kind of blue trail a new MTBr tries and then goes oh I guess biking isn't for me, noooooo this trail is just dick . Imagine going from a green to this.
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KarinB (Sep 27, 2020 at 20:16)
Loved this trail, even though I'm a beginner. Lots of technical stuff, great to practice roots and bridges, so many bridges. Had to walk my bike a lot but also overcame some of my fear for bridges - a win!
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KarinB (Sep 27, 2020 at 20:16)
Loved this trail, even though I'm a beginner. Lots of technical stuff, great to practice roots and bridges, so many bridges. Had to walk my bike a lot but also overcame some of my fear for bridges - a win!
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KarinB (Sep 27, 2020 at 20:16)
Loved this trail, even though I'm a beginner. Lots of technical stuff, great to practice roots and bridges, so many bridges. Had to walk my bike a lot but also overcame some of my fear for bridges - a win!
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KarinB (Sep 27, 2020 at 20:16)
Loved this trail, even though I'm a beginner. Lots of technical stuff, great to practice roots and bridges, so many bridges. Had to walk my bike a lot but also overcame some of my fear for bridges - a win!
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KarinB (Sep 27, 2020 at 20:16)
Loved this trail, even though I'm a beginner. Lots of technical stuff, great to practice roots and bridges, so many bridges. Had to walk my bike a lot but also overcame some of my fear for bridges - a win!
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KarinB (Sep 27, 2020 at 20:16)
Loved this trail, even though I'm a beginner. Lots of technical stuff, great to practice roots and bridges, so many bridges. Had to walk my bike a lot but also overcame some of my fear for bridges - a win!
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KarinB (Sep 27, 2020 at 20:16)
Loved this trail, even though I'm a beginner. Lots of technical stuff, great to practice roots and bridges, so many bridges. Had to walk my bike a lot but also overcame some of my fear for bridges - a win!
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KarinB (Sep 27, 2020 at 20:16)
Loved this trail, even though I'm a beginner. Lots of technical stuff, great to practice roots and bridges, so many bridges. Had to walk my bike a lot but also overcame some of my fear for bridges - a win!
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KarinB (Sep 27, 2020 at 20:16)
Loved this trail, even though I'm a beginner. Lots of technical stuff, great to practice roots and bridges, so many bridges. Had to walk my bike a lot but also overcame some of my fear for bridges - a win!
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KarinB (Sep 27, 2020 at 20:16)
Loved this trail, even though I'm a beginner. Lots of technical stuff, great to practice roots and bridges, so many bridges. Had to walk my bike a lot but also overcame some of my fear for bridges - a win!
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KarinB (Sep 27, 2020 at 20:16)
Loved this trail, even though I'm a beginner. Lots of technical stuff, great to practice roots and bridges, so many bridges. Had to walk my bike a lot but also overcame some of my fear for bridges - a win!
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chubby5000 (Nov 9, 2019 at 8:20)
So much beautiful green moss. A fun techy rip
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chubby5000 (Nov 9, 2019 at 8:17)
Just rode this again twice yesterday in either direction. Preferred North to South and still love it. I can ride 98% of the trails out there, but as an XC guy at heart, this is in my top 5 trails in Whistler.
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chubby5000 (Nov 9, 2019 at 8:17)
Just rode this again twice yesterday in either direction. Preferred North to South and still love it. I can ride 98% of the trails out there, but as an XC guy at heart, this is in my top 5 trails in Whistler.
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chubby5000 (Nov 9, 2019 at 8:17)
Just rode this again twice yesterday in either direction. Preferred North to South and still love it. I can ride 98% of the trails out there, but as an XC guy at heart, this is in my top 5 trails in Whistler.
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chubby5000 (Nov 9, 2019 at 8:17)
Just rode this again twice yesterday in either direction. Preferred North to South and still love it. I can ride 98% of the trails out there, but as an XC guy at heart, this is in my top 5 trails in Whistler.
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chubby5000 (Nov 9, 2019 at 8:17)
Just rode this again twice yesterday in either direction. Preferred North to South and still love it. I can ride 98% of the trails out there, but as an XC guy at heart, this is in my top 5 trails in Whistler.
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chubby5000 (Nov 9, 2019 at 8:17)
Just rode this again twice yesterday in either direction. Preferred North to South and still love it. I can ride 98% of the trails out there, but as an XC guy at heart, this is in my top 5 trails in Whistler.
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chubby5000 (Nov 9, 2019 at 8:17)
Just rode this again twice yesterday in either direction. Preferred North to South and still love it. I can ride 98% of the trails out there, but as an XC guy at heart, this is in my top 5 trails in Whistler.
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chubby5000 (Nov 9, 2019 at 8:17)
Just rode this again twice yesterday in either direction. Preferred North to South and still love it. I can ride 98% of the trails out there, but as an XC guy at heart, this is in my top 5 trails in Whistler.
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chubby5000 (Nov 9, 2019 at 8:17)
Just rode this again twice yesterday in either direction. Preferred North to South and still love it. I can ride 98% of the trails out there, but as an XC guy at heart, this is in my top 5 trails in Whistler.
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chubby5000 (Nov 9, 2019 at 8:17)
Just rode this again twice yesterday in either direction. Preferred North to South and still love it. I can ride 98% of the trails out there, but as an XC guy at heart, this is in my top 5 trails in Whistler.
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chubby5000 (Nov 9, 2019 at 8:17)
Just rode this again twice yesterday in either direction. Preferred North to South and still love it. I can ride 98% of the trails out there, but as an XC guy at heart, this is in my top 5 trails in Whistler.
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gdtrfb8 (Aug 13, 2019 at 17:14)
Just rode it for first time and I love this trail! Huge variety of wood features, and techy roots and rocks here and there too. I would definitely consider this BLUE-BLACK, not blue, since many sections require riding (or waking) relatively difficult wood features. YMMV depending on your slow speed skills. For me it was perfect level of difficulty, but my partner struggled a bit. If I lived here I would ride this regularly as a skill-building exercise with long-term goal of cleaning everything that’s whole (one double-black section had piece broken out of it and another had exposed nails with flagging on them).
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gdtrfb8 (Aug 13, 2019 at 17:14)
Just rode it for first time and I love this trail! Huge variety of wood features, and techy roots and rocks here and there too. I would definitely consider this BLUE-BLACK, not blue, since many sections require riding (or waking) relatively difficult wood features. YMMV depending on your slow speed skills. For me it was perfect level of difficulty, but my partner struggled a bit. If I lived here I would ride this regularly as a skill-building exercise with long-term goal of cleaning everything that’s whole (one double-black section had piece broken out of it and another had exposed nails with flagging on them).
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gdtrfb8 (Aug 13, 2019 at 17:14)
Just rode it for first time and I love this trail! Huge variety of wood features, and techy roots and rocks here and there too. I would definitely consider this BLUE-BLACK, not blue, since many sections require riding (or waking) relatively difficult wood features. YMMV depending on your slow speed skills. For me it was perfect level of difficulty, but my partner struggled a bit. If I lived here I would ride this regularly as a skill-building exercise with long-term goal of cleaning everything that’s whole (one double-black section had piece broken out of it and another had exposed nails with flagging on them).
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gdtrfb8 (Aug 13, 2019 at 17:14)
Just rode it for first time and I love this trail! Huge variety of wood features, and techy roots and rocks here and there too. I would definitely consider this BLUE-BLACK, not blue, since many sections require riding (or waking) relatively difficult wood features. YMMV depending on your slow speed skills. For me it was perfect level of difficulty, but my partner struggled a bit. If I lived here I would ride this regularly as a skill-building exercise with long-term goal of cleaning everything that’s whole (one double-black section had piece broken out of it and another had exposed nails with flagging on them).
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gdtrfb8 (Aug 13, 2019 at 17:14)
Just rode it for first time and I love this trail! Huge variety of wood features, and techy roots and rocks here and there too. I would definitely consider this BLUE-BLACK, not blue, since many sections require riding (or waking) relatively difficult wood features. YMMV depending on your slow speed skills. For me it was perfect level of difficulty, but my partner struggled a bit. If I lived here I would ride this regularly as a skill-building exercise with long-term goal of cleaning everything that’s whole (one double-black section had piece broken out of it and another had exposed nails with flagging on them).
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gdtrfb8 (Aug 13, 2019 at 17:14)
Just rode it for first time and I love this trail! Huge variety of wood features, and techy roots and rocks here and there too. I would definitely consider this BLUE-BLACK, not blue, since many sections require riding (or waking) relatively difficult wood features. YMMV depending on your slow speed skills. For me it was perfect level of difficulty, but my partner struggled a bit. If I lived here I would ride this regularly as a skill-building exercise with long-term goal of cleaning everything that’s whole (one double-black section had piece broken out of it and another had exposed nails with flagging on them).
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gdtrfb8 (Aug 13, 2019 at 17:14)
Just rode it for first time and I love this trail! Huge variety of wood features, and techy roots and rocks here and there too. I would definitely consider this BLUE-BLACK, not blue, since many sections require riding (or waking) relatively difficult wood features. YMMV depending on your slow speed skills. For me it was perfect level of difficulty, but my partner struggled a bit. If I lived here I would ride this regularly as a skill-building exercise with long-term goal of cleaning everything that’s whole (one double-black section had piece broken out of it and another had exposed nails with flagging on them).
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gdtrfb8 (Aug 13, 2019 at 17:14)
Just rode it for first time and I love this trail! Huge variety of wood features, and techy roots and rocks here and there too. I would definitely consider this BLUE-BLACK, not blue, since many sections require riding (or waking) relatively difficult wood features. YMMV depending on your slow speed skills. For me it was perfect level of difficulty, but my partner struggled a bit. If I lived here I would ride this regularly as a skill-building exercise with long-term goal of cleaning everything that’s whole (one double-black section had piece broken out of it and another had exposed nails with flagging on them).
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gdtrfb8 (Aug 13, 2019 at 17:14)
Just rode it for first time and I love this trail! Huge variety of wood features, and techy roots and rocks here and there too. I would definitely consider this BLUE-BLACK, not blue, since many sections require riding (or waking) relatively difficult wood features. YMMV depending on your slow speed skills. For me it was perfect level of difficulty, but my partner struggled a bit. If I lived here I would ride this regularly as a skill-building exercise with long-term goal of cleaning everything that’s whole (one double-black section had piece broken out of it and another had exposed nails with flagging on them).
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gdtrfb8 (Aug 13, 2019 at 17:14)
Just rode it for first time and I love this trail! Huge variety of wood features, and techy roots and rocks here and there too. I would definitely consider this BLUE-BLACK, not blue, since many sections require riding (or waking) relatively difficult wood features. YMMV depending on your slow speed skills. For me it was perfect level of difficulty, but my partner struggled a bit. If I lived here I would ride this regularly as a skill-building exercise with long-term goal of cleaning everything that’s whole (one double-black section had piece broken out of it and another had exposed nails with flagging on them).
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gdtrfb8 (Aug 13, 2019 at 17:14)
Just rode it for first time and I love this trail! Huge variety of wood features, and techy roots and rocks here and there too. I would definitely consider this BLUE-BLACK, not blue, since many sections require riding (or waking) relatively difficult wood features. YMMV depending on your slow speed skills. For me it was perfect level of difficulty, but my partner struggled a bit. If I lived here I would ride this regularly as a skill-building exercise with long-term goal of cleaning everything that’s whole (one double-black section had piece broken out of it and another had exposed nails with flagging on them).
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Cardiograph (Jul 21, 2019 at 15:40)
Trail Forks says BLUE, signage says BLACK. I’d say DARK BLUE - many chicken trails avail if you want to avoid the tough stuff.
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Cardiograph (Jul 21, 2019 at 15:40)
Trail Forks says BLUE, signage says BLACK. I’d say DARK BLUE - many chicken trails avail if you want to avoid the tough stuff.
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Cardiograph (Jul 21, 2019 at 15:40)
Trail Forks says BLUE, signage says BLACK. I’d say DARK BLUE - many chicken trails avail if you want to avoid the tough stuff.
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Cardiograph (Jul 21, 2019 at 15:40)
Trail Forks says BLUE, signage says BLACK. I’d say DARK BLUE - many chicken trails avail if you want to avoid the tough stuff.
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Cardiograph (Jul 21, 2019 at 15:40)
Trail Forks says BLUE, signage says BLACK. I’d say DARK BLUE - many chicken trails avail if you want to avoid the tough stuff.
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Cardiograph (Jul 21, 2019 at 15:40)
Trail Forks says BLUE, signage says BLACK. I’d say DARK BLUE - many chicken trails avail if you want to avoid the tough stuff.
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Cardiograph (Jul 21, 2019 at 15:40)
Trail Forks says BLUE, signage says BLACK. I’d say DARK BLUE - many chicken trails avail if you want to avoid the tough stuff.
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Cardiograph (Jul 21, 2019 at 15:40)
Trail Forks says BLUE, signage says BLACK. I’d say DARK BLUE - many chicken trails avail if you want to avoid the tough stuff.
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Cardiograph (Jul 21, 2019 at 15:40)
Trail Forks says BLUE, signage says BLACK. I’d say DARK BLUE - many chicken trails avail if you want to avoid the tough stuff.
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Cardiograph (Jul 21, 2019 at 15:40)
Trail Forks says BLUE, signage says BLACK. I’d say DARK BLUE - many chicken trails avail if you want to avoid the tough stuff.
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Cardiograph (Jul 21, 2019 at 15:40)
Trail Forks says BLUE, signage says BLACK. I’d say DARK BLUE - many chicken trails avail if you want to avoid the tough stuff.
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ashgo (Jul 6, 2019 at 21:15)
Fun trail. Challenging in the rain!! Trailforks rates it blue but it is marked black at trailhead (like many trails on the west and north side). As an out-of-towner in a wet day it felt black to me!
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ashgo (Jul 6, 2019 at 21:15)
Fun trail. Challenging in the rain!! Trailforks rates it blue but it is marked black at trailhead (like many trails on the west and north side). As an out-of-towner in a wet day it felt black to me!
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ashgo (Jul 6, 2019 at 21:15)
Fun trail. Challenging in the rain!! Trailforks rates it blue but it is marked black at trailhead (like many trails on the west and north side). As an out-of-towner in a wet day it felt black to me!
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ashgo (Jul 6, 2019 at 21:15)
Fun trail. Challenging in the rain!! Trailforks rates it blue but it is marked black at trailhead (like many trails on the west and north side). As an out-of-towner in a wet day it felt black to me!
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ashgo (Jul 6, 2019 at 21:15)
Fun trail. Challenging in the rain!! Trailforks rates it blue but it is marked black at trailhead (like many trails on the west and north side). As an out-of-towner in a wet day it felt black to me!
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ashgo (Jul 6, 2019 at 21:15)
Fun trail. Challenging in the rain!! Trailforks rates it blue but it is marked black at trailhead (like many trails on the west and north side). As an out-of-towner in a wet day it felt black to me!
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ashgo (Jul 6, 2019 at 21:15)
Fun trail. Challenging in the rain!! Trailforks rates it blue but it is marked black at trailhead (like many trails on the west and north side). As an out-of-towner in a wet day it felt black to me!
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ashgo (Jul 6, 2019 at 21:15)
Fun trail. Challenging in the rain!! Trailforks rates it blue but it is marked black at trailhead (like many trails on the west and north side). As an out-of-towner in a wet day it felt black to me!
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ashgo (Jul 6, 2019 at 21:15)
Fun trail. Challenging in the rain!! Trailforks rates it blue but it is marked black at trailhead (like many trails on the west and north side). As an out-of-towner in a wet day it felt black to me!
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ashgo (Jul 6, 2019 at 21:15)
Fun trail. Challenging in the rain!! Trailforks rates it blue but it is marked black at trailhead (like many trails on the west and north side). As an out-of-towner in a wet day it felt black to me!
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ashgo (Jul 6, 2019 at 21:15)
Fun trail. Challenging in the rain!! Trailforks rates it blue but it is marked black at trailhead (like many trails on the west and north side). As an out-of-towner in a wet day it felt black to me!
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BrioHouseWhistler (Sep 8, 2018 at 15:18)
Large tree down across path between the two sections that have ramps / drop off
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BrioHouseWhistler (Sep 8, 2018 at 15:18)
Large tree down across path between the two sections that have ramps / drop off
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jsnswt (Sep 7, 2018 at 18:51)
super fun and technical parts! don’t blame the trail for what you can’t ride. I didn’t
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jsnswt (Sep 7, 2018 at 18:51)
super fun and technical parts! don’t blame the trail for what you can’t ride. I didn’t
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jsnswt (Sep 7, 2018 at 18:51)
super fun and technical parts! don’t blame the trail for what you can’t ride. I didn’t
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jsnswt (Sep 7, 2018 at 18:51)
super fun and technical parts! don’t blame the trail for what you can’t ride. I didn’t
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jsnswt (Sep 7, 2018 at 18:51)
super fun and technical parts! don’t blame the trail for what you can’t ride. I didn’t
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jsnswt (Sep 7, 2018 at 18:51)
super fun and technical parts! don’t blame the trail for what you can’t ride. I didn’t
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jsnswt (Sep 7, 2018 at 18:51)
super fun and technical parts! don’t blame the trail for what you can’t ride. I didn’t
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jsnswt (Sep 7, 2018 at 18:51)
super fun and technical parts! don’t blame the trail for what you can’t ride. I didn’t
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jsnswt (Sep 7, 2018 at 18:51)
super fun and technical parts! don’t blame the trail for what you can’t ride. I didn’t
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jsnswt (Sep 7, 2018 at 18:51)
super fun and technical parts! don’t blame the trail for what you can’t ride. I didn’t
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jsnswt (Sep 7, 2018 at 18:51)
super fun and technical parts! don’t blame the trail for what you can’t ride. I didn’t
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chubby5000 (Sep 1, 2018 at 22:29)
This is such a fun techy XC trail. There’s a ton of challenging skinnies that are high(ish) off the ground and some awesome archaic drops to flat that would require late ‘90’s pedal drops the get off them. They just make you laugh when you see them. Great trail.
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chubby5000 (Sep 1, 2018 at 22:29)
This is such a fun techy XC trail. There’s a ton of challenging skinnies that are high(ish) off the ground and some awesome archaic drops to flat that would require late ‘90’s pedal drops the get off them. They just make you laugh when you see them. Great trail.
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chubby5000 (Sep 1, 2018 at 22:29)
This is such a fun techy XC trail. There’s a ton of challenging skinnies that are high(ish) off the ground and some awesome archaic drops to flat that would require late ‘90’s pedal drops the get off them. They just make you laugh when you see them. Great trail.
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chubby5000 (Sep 1, 2018 at 22:29)
This is such a fun techy XC trail. There’s a ton of challenging skinnies that are high(ish) off the ground and some awesome archaic drops to flat that would require late ‘90’s pedal drops the get off them. They just make you laugh when you see them. Great trail.
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chubby5000 (Sep 1, 2018 at 22:29)
This is such a fun techy XC trail. There’s a ton of challenging skinnies that are high(ish) off the ground and some awesome archaic drops to flat that would require late ‘90’s pedal drops the get off them. They just make you laugh when you see them. Great trail.
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chubby5000 (Sep 1, 2018 at 22:29)
This is such a fun techy XC trail. There’s a ton of challenging skinnies that are high(ish) off the ground and some awesome archaic drops to flat that would require late ‘90’s pedal drops the get off them. They just make you laugh when you see them. Great trail.
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chubby5000 (Sep 1, 2018 at 22:29)
This is such a fun techy XC trail. There’s a ton of challenging skinnies that are high(ish) off the ground and some awesome archaic drops to flat that would require late ‘90’s pedal drops the get off them. They just make you laugh when you see them. Great trail.
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chubby5000 (Sep 1, 2018 at 22:29)
This is such a fun techy XC trail. There’s a ton of challenging skinnies that are high(ish) off the ground and some awesome archaic drops to flat that would require late ‘90’s pedal drops the get off them. They just make you laugh when you see them. Great trail.
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chubby5000 (Sep 1, 2018 at 22:29)
This is such a fun techy XC trail. There’s a ton of challenging skinnies that are high(ish) off the ground and some awesome archaic drops to flat that would require late ‘90’s pedal drops the get off them. They just make you laugh when you see them. Great trail.
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chubby5000 (Sep 1, 2018 at 22:29)
This is such a fun techy XC trail. There’s a ton of challenging skinnies that are high(ish) off the ground and some awesome archaic drops to flat that would require late ‘90’s pedal drops the get off them. They just make you laugh when you see them. Great trail.
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chubby5000 (Sep 1, 2018 at 22:29)
This is such a fun techy XC trail. There’s a ton of challenging skinnies that are high(ish) off the ground and some awesome archaic drops to flat that would require late ‘90’s pedal drops the get off them. They just make you laugh when you see them. Great trail.
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Flow-Ryder (Aug 26, 2018 at 19:03)
And everything works if you have the skill and the guts! Just because you are unskilled doesn't and can't ride something doesn't mean it's "dumb and janky". Some of the coolest woodwork in the sea to sky! Bring your a game if you want to clean everything. Big toothpicks up in the air to ride along.
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Flow-Ryder (Aug 26, 2018 at 19:03)
And everything works if you have the skill and the guts! Just because you are unskilled doesn't and can't ride something doesn't mean it's "dumb and janky". Some of the coolest woodwork in the sea to sky! Bring your a game if you want to clean everything. Big toothpicks up in the air to ride along.
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Flow-Ryder (Aug 26, 2018 at 19:03)
And everything works if you have the skill and the guts! Just because you are unskilled doesn't and can't ride something doesn't mean it's "dumb and janky". Some of the coolest woodwork in the sea to sky! Bring your a game if you want to clean everything. Big toothpicks up in the air to ride along.
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Flow-Ryder (Aug 26, 2018 at 19:03)
And everything works if you have the skill and the guts! Just because you are unskilled doesn't and can't ride something doesn't mean it's "dumb and janky". Some of the coolest woodwork in the sea to sky! Bring your a game if you want to clean everything. Big toothpicks up in the air to ride along.
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Flow-Ryder (Aug 26, 2018 at 19:03)
And everything works if you have the skill and the guts! Just because you are unskilled doesn't and can't ride something doesn't mean it's "dumb and janky". Some of the coolest woodwork in the sea to sky! Bring your a game if you want to clean everything. Big toothpicks up in the air to ride along.
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Flow-Ryder (Aug 26, 2018 at 19:03)
And everything works if you have the skill and the guts! Just because you are unskilled doesn't and can't ride something doesn't mean it's "dumb and janky". Some of the coolest woodwork in the sea to sky! Bring your a game if you want to clean everything. Big toothpicks up in the air to ride along.
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Flow-Ryder (Aug 26, 2018 at 19:03)
And everything works if you have the skill and the guts! Just because you are unskilled doesn't and can't ride something doesn't mean it's "dumb and janky". Some of the coolest woodwork in the sea to sky! Bring your a game if you want to clean everything. Big toothpicks up in the air to ride along.
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Flow-Ryder (Aug 26, 2018 at 19:03)
And everything works if you have the skill and the guts! Just because you are unskilled doesn't and can't ride something doesn't mean it's "dumb and janky". Some of the coolest woodwork in the sea to sky! Bring your a game if you want to clean everything. Big toothpicks up in the air to ride along.
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Flow-Ryder (Aug 26, 2018 at 19:03)
And everything works if you have the skill and the guts! Just because you are unskilled doesn't and can't ride something doesn't mean it's "dumb and janky". Some of the coolest woodwork in the sea to sky! Bring your a game if you want to clean everything. Big toothpicks up in the air to ride along.
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Flow-Ryder (Aug 26, 2018 at 19:03)
And everything works if you have the skill and the guts! Just because you are unskilled doesn't and can't ride something doesn't mean it's "dumb and janky". Some of the coolest woodwork in the sea to sky! Bring your a game if you want to clean everything. Big toothpicks up in the air to ride along.
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Flow-Ryder (Aug 26, 2018 at 19:03)
And everything works if you have the skill and the guts! Just because you are unskilled doesn't and can't ride something doesn't mean it's "dumb and janky". Some of the coolest woodwork in the sea to sky! Bring your a game if you want to clean everything. Big toothpicks up in the air to ride along.
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Flow-Ryder (Aug 26, 2018 at 18:58)
The skinnies are the best!!!
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Flow-Ryder (Aug 26, 2018 at 18:58)
The skinnies are the best!!!
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Flow-Ryder (Aug 26, 2018 at 18:58)
The skinnies are the best!!!
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Flow-Ryder (Aug 26, 2018 at 18:58)
The skinnies are the best!!!
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Flow-Ryder (Aug 26, 2018 at 18:58)
The skinnies are the best!!!
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Flow-Ryder (Aug 26, 2018 at 18:58)
The skinnies are the best!!!
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Flow-Ryder (Aug 26, 2018 at 18:58)
The skinnies are the best!!!
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Flow-Ryder (Aug 26, 2018 at 18:58)
The skinnies are the best!!!
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Flow-Ryder (Aug 26, 2018 at 18:58)
The skinnies are the best!!!
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Flow-Ryder (Aug 26, 2018 at 18:58)
The skinnies are the best!!!
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Flow-Ryder (Aug 26, 2018 at 18:58)
The skinnies are the best!!!
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diegorides (Jul 15, 2018 at 23:18)
very fun trail. ride from valley trail near alta lake road and its more fun. from near lorimer is good too, but more climbing. trails has lots of roots and rocks. very fun, very techy, flowy sections too.
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diegorides (Jul 15, 2018 at 23:18)
very fun trail. ride from valley trail near alta lake road and its more fun. from near lorimer is good too, but more climbing. trails has lots of roots and rocks. very fun, very techy, flowy sections too.
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davidwarner (Jul 8, 2018 at 22:34)
The flooded area half way down RRTI south is, for the most part, gone now and you can now keep track of the trail. However, the flooding has left a very muddy patch that you will have to do a short hike a bike over. Other than that, RRTI is in very good shape.
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davidwarner (Jul 8, 2018 at 22:34)
The flooded area half way down RRTI south is, for the most part, gone now and you can now keep track of the trail. However, the flooding has left a very muddy patch that you will have to do a short hike a bike over. Other than that, RRTI is in very good shape.
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davidwarner (Jul 8, 2018 at 22:34)
The flooded area half way down RRTI south is, for the most part, gone now and you can now keep track of the trail. However, the flooding has left a very muddy patch that you will have to do a short hike a bike over. Other than that, RRTI is in very good shape.
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davidwarner (Jul 8, 2018 at 22:34)
The flooded area half way down RRTI south is, for the most part, gone now and you can now keep track of the trail. However, the flooding has left a very muddy patch that you will have to do a short hike a bike over. Other than that, RRTI is in very good shape.
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davidwarner (Jul 8, 2018 at 22:34)
The flooded area half way down RRTI south is, for the most part, gone now and you can now keep track of the trail. However, the flooding has left a very muddy patch that you will have to do a short hike a bike over. Other than that, RRTI is in very good shape.
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davidwarner (Jul 8, 2018 at 22:34)
The flooded area half way down RRTI south is, for the most part, gone now and you can now keep track of the trail. However, the flooding has left a very muddy patch that you will have to do a short hike a bike over. Other than that, RRTI is in very good shape.
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davidwarner (Jul 8, 2018 at 22:34)
The flooded area half way down RRTI south is, for the most part, gone now and you can now keep track of the trail. However, the flooding has left a very muddy patch that you will have to do a short hike a bike over. Other than that, RRTI is in very good shape.
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davidwarner (Jul 8, 2018 at 22:34)
The flooded area half way down RRTI south is, for the most part, gone now and you can now keep track of the trail. However, the flooding has left a very muddy patch that you will have to do a short hike a bike over. Other than that, RRTI is in very good shape.
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davidwarner (Jul 8, 2018 at 22:34)
The flooded area half way down RRTI south is, for the most part, gone now and you can now keep track of the trail. However, the flooding has left a very muddy patch that you will have to do a short hike a bike over. Other than that, RRTI is in very good shape.
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davidwarner (Jul 8, 2018 at 22:34)
The flooded area half way down RRTI south is, for the most part, gone now and you can now keep track of the trail. However, the flooding has left a very muddy patch that you will have to do a short hike a bike over. Other than that, RRTI is in very good shape.
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davidwarner (Jul 8, 2018 at 22:34)
The flooded area half way down RRTI south is, for the most part, gone now and you can now keep track of the trail. However, the flooding has left a very muddy patch that you will have to do a short hike a bike over. Other than that, RRTI is in very good shape.
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NovemberCharlie (May 17, 2018 at 20:20)
Trail was in decent shape today but the river is high, too high at one point about 2/3 of the way in (about two minutes after the main bridge crossing). This forced me to turn back to Rainbow Express and link up to the last section via that route. Riders with more experience may know how and where to cross the water safely but the alternate route was well worth it. The recently improved sections and wooden features are really cool.
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NovemberCharlie (May 17, 2018 at 20:20)
Trail was in decent shape today but the river is high, too high at one point about 2/3 of the way in (about two minutes after the main bridge crossing). This forced me to turn back to Rainbow Express and link up to the last section via that route. Riders with more experience may know how and where to cross the water safely but the alternate route was well worth it. The recently improved sections and wooden features are really cool.
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NovemberCharlie (May 17, 2018 at 20:20)
Trail was in decent shape today but the river is high, too high at one point about 2/3 of the way in (about two minutes after the main bridge crossing). This forced me to turn back to Rainbow Express and link up to the last section via that route. Riders with more experience may know how and where to cross the water safely but the alternate route was well worth it. The recently improved sections and wooden features are really cool.
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NovemberCharlie (May 17, 2018 at 20:20)
Trail was in decent shape today but the river is high, too high at one point about 2/3 of the way in (about two minutes after the main bridge crossing). This forced me to turn back to Rainbow Express and link up to the last section via that route. Riders with more experience may know how and where to cross the water safely but the alternate route was well worth it. The recently improved sections and wooden features are really cool.
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NovemberCharlie (May 17, 2018 at 20:20)
Trail was in decent shape today but the river is high, too high at one point about 2/3 of the way in (about two minutes after the main bridge crossing). This forced me to turn back to Rainbow Express and link up to the last section via that route. Riders with more experience may know how and where to cross the water safely but the alternate route was well worth it. The recently improved sections and wooden features are really cool.
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NovemberCharlie (May 17, 2018 at 20:20)
Trail was in decent shape today but the river is high, too high at one point about 2/3 of the way in (about two minutes after the main bridge crossing). This forced me to turn back to Rainbow Express and link up to the last section via that route. Riders with more experience may know how and where to cross the water safely but the alternate route was well worth it. The recently improved sections and wooden features are really cool.
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NovemberCharlie (May 17, 2018 at 20:20)
Trail was in decent shape today but the river is high, too high at one point about 2/3 of the way in (about two minutes after the main bridge crossing). This forced me to turn back to Rainbow Express and link up to the last section via that route. Riders with more experience may know how and where to cross the water safely but the alternate route was well worth it. The recently improved sections and wooden features are really cool.
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NovemberCharlie (May 17, 2018 at 20:20)
Trail was in decent shape today but the river is high, too high at one point about 2/3 of the way in (about two minutes after the main bridge crossing). This forced me to turn back to Rainbow Express and link up to the last section via that route. Riders with more experience may know how and where to cross the water safely but the alternate route was well worth it. The recently improved sections and wooden features are really cool.
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NovemberCharlie (May 17, 2018 at 20:20)
Trail was in decent shape today but the river is high, too high at one point about 2/3 of the way in (about two minutes after the main bridge crossing). This forced me to turn back to Rainbow Express and link up to the last section via that route. Riders with more experience may know how and where to cross the water safely but the alternate route was well worth it. The recently improved sections and wooden features are really cool.
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NovemberCharlie (May 17, 2018 at 20:20)
Trail was in decent shape today but the river is high, too high at one point about 2/3 of the way in (about two minutes after the main bridge crossing). This forced me to turn back to Rainbow Express and link up to the last section via that route. Riders with more experience may know how and where to cross the water safely but the alternate route was well worth it. The recently improved sections and wooden features are really cool.
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NovemberCharlie (May 17, 2018 at 20:20)
Trail was in decent shape today but the river is high, too high at one point about 2/3 of the way in (about two minutes after the main bridge crossing). This forced me to turn back to Rainbow Express and link up to the last section via that route. Riders with more experience may know how and where to cross the water safely but the alternate route was well worth it. The recently improved sections and wooden features are really cool.
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bbbrad (Oct 7, 2017 at 21:46)
Great condition today, wooden features not too slick
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bbbrad (Oct 7, 2017 at 21:46)
Great condition today, wooden features not too slick
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bbbrad (Oct 7, 2017 at 21:46)
Great condition today, wooden features not too slick
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bbbrad (Oct 7, 2017 at 21:46)
Great condition today, wooden features not too slick
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bbbrad (Oct 7, 2017 at 21:46)
Great condition today, wooden features not too slick
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bbbrad (Oct 7, 2017 at 21:46)
Great condition today, wooden features not too slick
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bbbrad (Oct 7, 2017 at 21:46)
Great condition today, wooden features not too slick
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bbbrad (Oct 7, 2017 at 21:46)
Great condition today, wooden features not too slick
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bbbrad (Oct 7, 2017 at 21:46)
Great condition today, wooden features not too slick
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bbbrad (Oct 7, 2017 at 21:46)
Great condition today, wooden features not too slick
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bbbrad (Oct 7, 2017 at 21:46)
Great condition today, wooden features not too slick
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mohinder (Jul 1, 2017 at 13:56)
Don't let the first flow section fool you. If you're looking for an XC grind, this trail is for you. Not sure why its rated as a black. Also consists of uphill skinny drops to flat and other dumb janky wood features that don't really work. Whoever built them was stoned.
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mohinder (Jul 1, 2017 at 13:56)
Don't let the first flow section fool you. If you're looking for an XC grind, this trail is for you. Not sure why its rated as a black. Also consists of uphill skinny drops to flat and other dumb janky wood features that don't really work. Whoever built them was stoned.
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mohinder (Jul 1, 2017 at 13:56)
Don't let the first flow section fool you. If you're looking for an XC grind, this trail is for you. Not sure why its rated as a black. Also consists of uphill skinny drops to flat and other dumb janky wood features that don't really work. Whoever built them was stoned.
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mohinder (Jul 1, 2017 at 13:56)
Don't let the first flow section fool you. If you're looking for an XC grind, this trail is for you. Not sure why its rated as a black. Also consists of uphill skinny drops to flat and other dumb janky wood features that don't really work. Whoever built them was stoned.
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mohinder (Jul 1, 2017 at 13:56)
Don't let the first flow section fool you. If you're looking for an XC grind, this trail is for you. Not sure why its rated as a black. Also consists of uphill skinny drops to flat and other dumb janky wood features that don't really work. Whoever built them was stoned.
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mohinder (Jul 1, 2017 at 13:56)
Don't let the first flow section fool you. If you're looking for an XC grind, this trail is for you. Not sure why its rated as a black. Also consists of uphill skinny drops to flat and other dumb janky wood features that don't really work. Whoever built them was stoned.
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mohinder (Jul 1, 2017 at 13:56)
Don't let the first flow section fool you. If you're looking for an XC grind, this trail is for you. Not sure why its rated as a black. Also consists of uphill skinny drops to flat and other dumb janky wood features that don't really work. Whoever built them was stoned.
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mohinder (Jul 1, 2017 at 13:56)
Don't let the first flow section fool you. If you're looking for an XC grind, this trail is for you. Not sure why its rated as a black. Also consists of uphill skinny drops to flat and other dumb janky wood features that don't really work. Whoever built them was stoned.
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mohinder (Jul 1, 2017 at 13:56)
Don't let the first flow section fool you. If you're looking for an XC grind, this trail is for you. Not sure why its rated as a black. Also consists of uphill skinny drops to flat and other dumb janky wood features that don't really work. Whoever built them was stoned.
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mohinder (Jul 1, 2017 at 13:56)
Don't let the first flow section fool you. If you're looking for an XC grind, this trail is for you. Not sure why its rated as a black. Also consists of uphill skinny drops to flat and other dumb janky wood features that don't really work. Whoever built them was stoned.
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mohinder (Jul 1, 2017 at 13:56)
Don't let the first flow section fool you. If you're looking for an XC grind, this trail is for you. Not sure why its rated as a black. Also consists of uphill skinny drops to flat and other dumb janky wood features that don't really work. Whoever built them was stoned.
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aaronkoenig (Jun 21, 2017 at 12:52)
This trail has seen a bunch of work on it in the last year especially on the section North of and including the Barts Dark section. It still has the same style ladders/bridges/stunts as before, but built to a more modern standard. It can also now be better ridden North from Bart's Dark which helps return back towards Alpine from the Westside network. I'm hoping they continue to work on this trail this summer.
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aaronkoenig (Jun 21, 2017 at 12:52)
This trail has seen a bunch of work on it in the last year especially on the section North of and including the Barts Dark section. It still has the same style ladders/bridges/stunts as before, but built to a more modern standard. It can also now be better ridden North from Bart's Dark which helps return back towards Alpine from the Westside network. I'm hoping they continue to work on this trail this summer.
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aaronkoenig (Jun 21, 2017 at 12:52)
This trail has seen a bunch of work on it in the last year especially on the section North of and including the Barts Dark section. It still has the same style ladders/bridges/stunts as before, but built to a more modern standard. It can also now be better ridden North from Bart's Dark which helps return back towards Alpine from the Westside network. I'm hoping they continue to work on this trail this summer.
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aaronkoenig (Jun 21, 2017 at 12:52)
This trail has seen a bunch of work on it in the last year especially on the section North of and including the Barts Dark section. It still has the same style ladders/bridges/stunts as before, but built to a more modern standard. It can also now be better ridden North from Bart's Dark which helps return back towards Alpine from the Westside network. I'm hoping they continue to work on this trail this summer.
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aaronkoenig (Jun 21, 2017 at 12:52)
This trail has seen a bunch of work on it in the last year especially on the section North of and including the Barts Dark section. It still has the same style ladders/bridges/stunts as before, but built to a more modern standard. It can also now be better ridden North from Bart's Dark which helps return back towards Alpine from the Westside network. I'm hoping they continue to work on this trail this summer.
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aaronkoenig (Jun 21, 2017 at 12:52)
This trail has seen a bunch of work on it in the last year especially on the section North of and including the Barts Dark section. It still has the same style ladders/bridges/stunts as before, but built to a more modern standard. It can also now be better ridden North from Bart's Dark which helps return back towards Alpine from the Westside network. I'm hoping they continue to work on this trail this summer.
[Reply]
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aaronkoenig (Jun 21, 2017 at 12:52)
This trail has seen a bunch of work on it in the last year especially on the section North of and including the Barts Dark section. It still has the same style ladders/bridges/stunts as before, but built to a more modern standard. It can also now be better ridden North from Bart's Dark which helps return back towards Alpine from the Westside network. I'm hoping they continue to work on this trail this summer.
[Reply]
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aaronkoenig (Jun 21, 2017 at 12:52)
This trail has seen a bunch of work on it in the last year especially on the section North of and including the Barts Dark section. It still has the same style ladders/bridges/stunts as before, but built to a more modern standard. It can also now be better ridden North from Bart's Dark which helps return back towards Alpine from the Westside network. I'm hoping they continue to work on this trail this summer.
[Reply]
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aaronkoenig (Jun 21, 2017 at 12:52)
This trail has seen a bunch of work on it in the last year especially on the section North of and including the Barts Dark section. It still has the same style ladders/bridges/stunts as before, but built to a more modern standard. It can also now be better ridden North from Bart's Dark which helps return back towards Alpine from the Westside network. I'm hoping they continue to work on this trail this summer.
[Reply]
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aaronkoenig (Jun 21, 2017 at 12:52)
This trail has seen a bunch of work on it in the last year especially on the section North of and including the Barts Dark section. It still has the same style ladders/bridges/stunts as before, but built to a more modern standard. It can also now be better ridden North from Bart's Dark which helps return back towards Alpine from the Westside network. I'm hoping they continue to work on this trail this summer.
[Reply]
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aaronkoenig (Jun 21, 2017 at 12:52)
This trail has seen a bunch of work on it in the last year especially on the section North of and including the Barts Dark section. It still has the same style ladders/bridges/stunts as before, but built to a more modern standard. It can also now be better ridden North from Bart's Dark which helps return back towards Alpine from the Westside network. I'm hoping they continue to work on this trail this summer.
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xTwoSnakesx (Jun 19, 2017 at 11:23)
An old decommissioned bridge about halfway through had some wood with exposed nails that a friend of mine stepped on and it went through his shoe. Just a warning to others and maybe to WORCA to look into.
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xTwoSnakesx (Jun 19, 2017 at 11:23)
An old decommissioned bridge about halfway through had some wood with exposed nails that a friend of mine stepped on and it went through his shoe. Just a warning to others and maybe to WORCA to look into.
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xTwoSnakesx (Jun 19, 2017 at 11:23)
An old decommissioned bridge about halfway through had some wood with exposed nails that a friend of mine stepped on and it went through his shoe. Just a warning to others and maybe to WORCA to look into.
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xTwoSnakesx (Jun 19, 2017 at 11:23)
An old decommissioned bridge about halfway through had some wood with exposed nails that a friend of mine stepped on and it went through his shoe. Just a warning to others and maybe to WORCA to look into.
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xTwoSnakesx (Jun 19, 2017 at 11:23)
An old decommissioned bridge about halfway through had some wood with exposed nails that a friend of mine stepped on and it went through his shoe. Just a warning to others and maybe to WORCA to look into.
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xTwoSnakesx (Jun 19, 2017 at 11:23)
An old decommissioned bridge about halfway through had some wood with exposed nails that a friend of mine stepped on and it went through his shoe. Just a warning to others and maybe to WORCA to look into.
[Reply]
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xTwoSnakesx (Jun 19, 2017 at 11:23)
An old decommissioned bridge about halfway through had some wood with exposed nails that a friend of mine stepped on and it went through his shoe. Just a warning to others and maybe to WORCA to look into.
[Reply]
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xTwoSnakesx (Jun 19, 2017 at 11:23)
An old decommissioned bridge about halfway through had some wood with exposed nails that a friend of mine stepped on and it went through his shoe. Just a warning to others and maybe to WORCA to look into.
[Reply]
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xTwoSnakesx (Jun 19, 2017 at 11:23)
An old decommissioned bridge about halfway through had some wood with exposed nails that a friend of mine stepped on and it went through his shoe. Just a warning to others and maybe to WORCA to look into.
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xTwoSnakesx (Jun 19, 2017 at 11:23)
An old decommissioned bridge about halfway through had some wood with exposed nails that a friend of mine stepped on and it went through his shoe. Just a warning to others and maybe to WORCA to look into.
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xTwoSnakesx (Jun 19, 2017 at 11:23)
An old decommissioned bridge about halfway through had some wood with exposed nails that a friend of mine stepped on and it went through his shoe. Just a warning to others and maybe to WORCA to look into.
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  • Route Type
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  • Direction
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  • Ridelogs
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More Stats for A River Runs Through It Loop mountain bike route
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  • Distance climb
    2 miles
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