Back Pains Details
Completed in 2013 by Fafard Recreational Development (FRD), Back Pains is a great addition to the Mackenzie Area trail network. It is a fun and flowy intermediate route built to be descended; riding up it is not recommended. The trail provides the intermediate rider a chance to experience the Nimby climb, without having to descend down the advanced and expert trails located higher up on Mackenzie. Loop Back Pains with the Nimby climb to complete a fun 3.6 km intermediate singletrack ride back to Waco Connector, from where you’ll have a few more intermediate options to continue to descend back down towards the gravel pit.
The Back Pains trailhead is very well marked with a wooden carved sign and located about 2.5 km up the Nimby climb. This relatively smooth singletrack trail will twist and turn around some well-built and well-bermed corners all the way down to Waco Connector. There are a few rollers along the way, allowing the more skilled rider to take some air, while providing nice braking bumps for the less experienced. A few low lying bridges cross several streams along the route, but are built wide enough for most riders to comfortably cross. The more use this trails sees, the better it will get as it settles.
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More Stats for Back Pains mountain bike trail
Altitude change-724 ft
Altitude min1,269 ft
Altitude max1,996 ft
Altitude start1,993 ft
Altitude end1,269 ft
Distance climb285 ft
Distance down2,931 ft
Distance flat359 ft
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Back Pains Trail Reports
May 14, 2017 @ 3:06pmMay 14, 2017
|running great! getting pretty stutter bumpy though.|
May 13, 2017 @ 10:07pmMay 13, 2017
Apr 16, 2017 @ 7:21pmApr 16, 2017
Apr 16, 2017 @ 7:42amApr 16, 2017
|Perfect conditions the trail is prime. New berms are insane.|
Apr 5, 2017 @ 7:25amApr 5, 2017
|Super good. no wash outs, flowing nicely!|
Routes with this trail
|Basic Pemberton Enduro 2017||8.8 miles|
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