BTI Trail Details
BTI starts near the end of Alice in Wonderland and ends near the upper reservoir in Lithia Park. It is composed of decomposed granite and can be ridden year round and in wet weather. In the summer months the granite acts like tiny marbles making for a slick ride and can become rutted. It is a groomed flow trail with double jumps that can be rolled, tight switchbacks with berms and some small drops. It is primarily a downhill trail, but it can be ridden uphill.
Starting in Lithia Park follow Winburn Wy to the intersection of Granite St. Continue on Granite St to the Granite St reservoir and keep left onto Glenview Dr. After the rock pit take the Ashland Loop Rd on the right for a steep climb to the Crowson Reservoir tower. Continue uphill on the paved road and when it turns to dirt the climb is only one more mile to the parking lot of Alice in Wonderland/White Rabbit Trail parking lot. This area is as far as vehicles can travel before reaching a locked Forest Service gate.
At the parking lot Alice in Wonderland takes off of the west side and follows the Ashland Loop Rd back down. Near the end of Alice in Wonderland, BTI veers to the left and the trail begins there.
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More Stats for BTI Trail mountain bike trail
Altitude change-442 ft
Altitude min2,385 ft
Altitude max2,827 ft
Altitude start2,827 ft
Altitude end2,385 ft
Distance climb473 ft
Distance down3,051 ft
Distance flat59 ft
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BTI Trail Trail Reports
Jan 22, 2017 @ 8:09pmJan 22, 2017
Dec 5, 2016 @ 5:20pmDec 5, 2016
|Trail work was done a couple of days ago. The berms are fixed, jumps have been reworked and the trail is running fast.|
Nov 27, 2016 @ 3:48pmNov 27, 2016
|Excellent traction, although the lower section is getting pretty chewed up and blown out.|
Nov 22, 2016 @ 5:59amNov 22, 2016
|Trail is clear and in decent shape.|
May 13, 2016 @ 9:11pmMay 13, 2016
|Closed upper. Part due to erosion.|
Routes with this trail
|Caterpillar-BTI loop||7.7 miles|
|Four Corners from Resivour||10.0 miles|
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