4 miles
455 ft
-455 ft
462 ft
High Point

The Ray Peters Trail circumnavigates the "Dump Trail" area in Squamish. There are countless loops to be done in here. This is the easiest loop of the bunch. The ride can be done in either direction.

If you are looking for an easy ride or have kids this is the place to go. If the Ray Peters Trail seems too easy (as it is generally a wide double track path with a few roots on it in spots) then you might want to explore Rusty Bucket (Best ridden downhill) or Wonderland (also best ridden downhill).

Alternately another fun trail is Live Wire, this trail is most fun in a downhill direction, though it can be easily climbed.

The cool thing about this area is there is loads of trails ranging from easy to somewhat technical but the grades are mellow so it is a perfect place to hone your riding skills without having to worry about steep climbs or steep descents.

This area is an ideal learning area for mountain biking in Squamish.

For more information on planning your Squamish riding adventures including accommodation recommendations, the best places to eat and chill activities for your off bike time (swimming holes etc) surf over to www.ridespots.com

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More Stats for Ray Peters Trail - Green Loop mountain bike route
  • Altitude change
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  • Altitude min
    110 ft
  • Altitude start
    110 ft
  • Altitude end
    110 ft
  • Grade
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  • Distance climb
    2 miles
  • Distance down
    2 miles
  • Distance flat
    850 ft
Avg: 4 (1 votes)
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      Recent Trail Reports Along Route

      Ray Peters
      Apr 19, 2018 @ 12:55pm
      Apr 19, 2018
      Ray Peters (Beside Highway)
      Mar 14, 2018 @ 10:41am
      Mar 14, 2018
      All clear. Great spot to get the winter kinks out of the legs.
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