Part of the Blue Highway route. Centennial Trail has both hiking and biking trail heads, with signage showing the way. You can hike or bike either. The hike access, via the McGillivray Falls self-guiding trail stairs is a bit of labor to haul your bike up where the single track biking entrance climb, while steep, is easier to walk the bike up if needed. The trail is predominantly open rock face with long sight lines and relatively small elevation changes. There are easy lines to choose as well as more challenging drops, square edge up-and-overs, and even a chance for a little air here and there. Centennial delivers you to Blue Highway trail, which is made for MTB predominantly.
Park at the McGillivray Falls parking lot and start your Blue Highway route experience there, or, park at the Caddy Lake parking lot about 1.2 kilometers East of McGillivray Falls. From there take the Caddy 44 connector and enjoy a wood wall ride and more awesome open rock face riding as 10 minute prelude to the Centennial - Blue Highway segments.
Please wear helmet. Riders assume all risks
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More Stats for Blue Highway / Centennial Trail mountain bike trail
Altitude change59 ft
Altitude min1,100 ft
Altitude max1,199 ft
Altitude start1,100 ft
Altitude end1,159 ft
Distance climb1,837 ft
Distance down1,662 ft
Distance flat1,512 ft
Avg reverse time00:14:33
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
Blue Highway /... Trail Reports
Jun 29, 2018 @ 5:46pmJun 29, 2018
Jun 29, 2018 @ 3:42amJun 29, 2018
|reporter rain storm. prevent damage to trails by waiting for drying|
May 4, 2018 @ 5:39pmMay 4, 2018
|reporter Mud in some areas. Please be mindful of the temporary bridge crossing the stream near the start. Use caution. Avoid the old switchback climb and...|
Jun 29, 2016 @ 12:45pmJun 29, 2016
|reporter Stairs washed out by flood. Will check status again Thursday June 30.|
Routes with this trail
|Blue Highway featured||4 miles|
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