5.7 miles
Distance
471 ft
Climb
-474 ft
Descent
396 ft
High Point

This slow-paced ride is perfect for beginners that want to get a taste of the trails at an easy pace, so you don’t need to feel like you’re always having to “keep up.” Expect about a 3 mile ride with an option to ride Sir-Lance-Alot out and back or continue to the parking lot. Ride starts from the main parking area, descends down Hollerback, Dirty Dishes (with a section that some might prefer to walk) and continues across the lower parking area to The Snag section on the south side of the road. Ride will then loop around The Snag area and continue back up Dirty Dishes with the option to head back to trailhead or ride Sir-Lance-Alot for about 2 more miles. This beginner focused ride will give you a chance to enjoy some of the best of the trails and trees with not too much climbing or difficulty, and plenty of breaks. Beginners will get a chance to learn a few tricks and tips from mountain bike coach and bike enthusiast Erin Kessler to help take your riding to a new level! This group ride is perfect for new-to-mountain biking riders who want a supportive and fun atmosphere to learn new skills.

Expect at least a 1-hour ride time.

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More Stats for Break The Ice mountain bike route
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  • Altitude start
    396 ft
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    16%
  • Distance climb
    2 miles
  • Distance down
    2 miles
  • Distance flat
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