Caddy 44 Details
Entry - exit at Caddy 44 is under construction. Use caution. Please note the climb from Hwy 44 is climb only for bikes and two way for hikers. After the short climb the trail becomes multi-use, but biking primary on the Blue Highway Route, and hiking primary on the Centennial Trail segment to McGillivray Falls. The climb from Hwy 44 is an average of 4% to 6% grade wide dirt single track,
There is a separate bikes-only descent immediately to the West of the climb. The descent currently features two dirt berms and moderate speeds. Please be careful at the bottom of the descent to slow down before rejoining the access point from Hwy 44.
Part of the Blue Highway route. Park at Caddy Lake camp ground parking lot. Start with dirt single track climb up Centennial Trail - Blue Highway route, exits onto rock face. Wood wall-berm, rock bridges, wood bridges. Good flow and lots of fun! Wet in spots after big rain (large slope-drainage area's).
The Blue Highway route branches off to the west from Centennial Trail shortly after exiting the forested single track climb where you're immediately treated to wood wall wide berm.
Start of trail is signed and visible from Highway 44. Starts on south side of Highway 44 and road to Caddy Lake camp ground "T" junction.
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More Stats for Caddy 44 mountain bike trail
Altitude change-4 ft
Altitude min1,081 ft
Altitude max1,203 ft
Altitude start1,085 ft
Altitude end1,081 ft
Distance climb2,894 ft
Distance down2,297 ft
Distance flat1,273 ft
Avg reverse time00:15:43
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Caddy 44 Trail Reports
Oct 12, 2016 @ 9:25amOct 12, 2016
|reporter although there was recent trail maintenance done, the area is still closed due to flood damage at McGillivray Falls.|
Jun 25, 2016 @ 2:24pmJun 25, 2016
|reporter Roads closed due to flooding. Trails will be too wet to ride for a week. Will assess and report July 1 2016|
Routes with this trail
|Blue Highway||3.5 miles|
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