Bloody Mary Details
Riding AreaPemberton Mountain Bike Park
Bike TypeDH, AM, XC
Trail UsageBiking Only
DirectionDownhill OnlyPopular direction shown
Climb DifficultyBlack Diamond
SeasonAll season trail
TTFs on TrailA-Frame, Drop, Jump
Ride in RainYes
The start is located at the top of the hill descending down the hillside overlooking the Pemberton Pool.
A 1.2 km descent - just for fun.
The track winds through old growth Karri forest from the top of the hill down and finishes at the Pemberton Pool. The track is a challenging mountain bike trail and includes TTF’s: whoops, jumps, rollovers, 46 Log (Double Black Diamond – advanced level) and numerous berms.
The start is located at the top of the hill where Relentless Blue crosses the top fire trail. Intersection of Trevor's Trail and Woodcutters.
Local Trail Association
More Stats for Bloody Mary bike trail
Altitude change-200 ft
Altitude min377 ft
Altitude max578 ft
Altitude start578 ft
Altitude end378 ft
Distance climb626 ft
Distance down2,134 ft
Distance flat61 ft
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
Bloody Mary Trail Reports
Oct 27, 2016 @ 7:37pmOct 27, 2016
|reporter Trails are running well, cleared & ready to ride.|
Sep 30, 2016 @ 1:37amSep 30, 2016
|reporter The chute has had some remedial work undertaken to limit the gouge line. Rocks and soil have been placed in the chute. It will need to pack down....|
Sep 30, 2016 @ 1:24amSep 30, 2016
|reporter Wet with muddy spots on various trails.Trails are running very well considering the continuing rain. Ride to the conditions|
Aug 16, 2016 @ 7:02amAug 16, 2016
|reporter Significant rain over the past month and forecast this week 12.8.2016. Some tree limbs and sticks falling with the storms on the trails. Trails...|
Jun 25, 2016 @ 4:40pmJun 25, 2016
|reporter With all the lovely heavy rain some of the trails are muddy in dips with minor water drainage issue of standing water on trail surfaces.|
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