Bridle Path Details
Rolling technical trail that offers lots of opportunity to work on your technical climbing skills. Best trails to learn skills to ride on the North Shore. Travels from Fishermans Trail in the LSCR, across District of North Vancouver land to Old Buck in BC Parks. An exit for most of the downhill trails on Mt. Seymour.
It's mostly flat, when compared to the rest of the Shore. Its other advantages include: you share the same parking lot with the hucksters; the bridle path has a few ladders; some technical climbs; and some tricky slopes; but won't get you into trouble like some of the more difficult trails. You'll see lots of other riders on this trail as most other trails on Seymour dump out onto it.
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More Stats for Bridle Path mountain bike trail
Altitude change2 ft
Altitude min605 ft
Altitude max809 ft
Altitude start605 ft
Altitude end606 ft
Distance climb4,961 ft
Distance down1.1 miles
Distance flat589 ft
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Bridle Path Trail Reports
Jan 27, 2017 @ 2:37pmJan 27, 2017
|Rode it from Salamander to Hyannis - Mostly good until you get to the lower trails between High School junction and Hyannis- suddenly you hit icy...|
Jan 21, 2017 @ 6:59amJan 21, 2017
|reporter Still some patches of snow/ice. Some puddles. Typical winter conditions.|
Dec 24, 2016 @ 5:58pmDec 24, 2016
|Large tree down across trail, blocking trail Blocking I've of the side by side bridges.|
Dec 20, 2016 @ 2:29pmDec 20, 2016
|reporter Deep slush. Could not pedal it. Tree down on one of the twinned bridges west of the kiosk.|
Nov 14, 2016 @ 8:15pmNov 14, 2016
|reporter Medium tree down across trail, broken into several pieces, mostly blocking trail.|
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Routes with this trail
|BCBR 2016 Day 5 - North Vancouver race||9.2 miles|
|New Lower Seymour Climbing Routes||1.3 miles|
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