Big Timber Details
Big Timber offers nice viewpoints and fast, flowy riding. The trails is rated 'blue' but does have a few technical sections so it should probably be considered a tough ride for its rating. That said, it's a fairly short ride with no technical climbing.
The trail starts near the top of the exclusive Kadenwood subdivision (accessed via Bayshores). Right up the many switchbacks until you pass Heritage Peaks Trail (a cul-de-sac) and look for a sign on your left for 'Big Timber Park' (if you hit High Point Dr you've gone too far). Follow the trail up some stairs to a beautiful lookout. From the lookout its pretty much all downhill, eventually you will exit about 100 meters above Dusty's in Creekside where cold beer awaits.
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More Stats for Big Timber mountain bike trail
Altitude change-544 ft
Altitude min2,245 ft
Altitude max2,789 ft
Altitude start2,789 ft
Altitude end2,245 ft
Distance climb636 ft
Distance down3,165 ft
Distance flat161 ft
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Big Timber Trail Reports
Aug 23, 2017 @ 8:07amAug 23, 2017
|lots of loose rock on the trail, blocked a big braid by the large stump half way to ski out crossing.|
May 8, 2017 @ 8:25pmMay 8, 2017
|Good to go 2017|
May 5, 2017 @ 1:27amMay 5, 2017
|99% clear snow on the the ski out towards lower staircase but the trail can be accessed from the first staircase closest to the road (kadenwood dr)|
Apr 11, 2017 @ 5:30pmApr 11, 2017
|Still lots of snow at trail head, had to zip back down Kadenwood road instead...boo!|
Apr 2, 2017 @ 4:07pmApr 2, 2017
Routes with this trail
|GO Fest Enduro - 2015 race||25 miles|
|WORCA's 52 Card Pick Up - Just Trails race||41 miles|
|Mega Descent Top of Bike Park to Creekside Village- Whistler - Advanced Mountain Bike Route||8 miles|
|WORCA'S 52 CARD PICK UP race||44 miles|
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