1.9 miles
Distance
23 ft
Climb
-1,594 ft
Descent
00:57:34
Avg time
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Full Pull Details

  • Activities
    • Mountain Bike
    • Hike
    • Trail Running
  • Riding Area
    Eagle Mountain
    Coquitlam, British Columbia
  • Difficulty Rating
  • Voted Difficulty
    Double Black Diamond (4 votes)
  • Trail Type
    Singletrack
  • Bike Type
    AM
  • Direction
    Downhill Only
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  • Physical Rating
    Hard
  • Season
    July-Oct
  • Dogs Allowed
    Yes
  • TTFs on Trail
    Bridge, Drop
  • Global Ranking
    #22795 in Mountain Biking [+]
    • #4309 in Trail Running
    • #6940 in Hiking
  • Local Popularity
    60 in Mountain Biking [+]
    • 60 in Trail Running
    • 55 in Hiking
  • Land Manager
    RSTBC

Entrance to this trail is hidden to stop dirt bikes. The first hundred meters of the trail is a steep hike-a-bike down the mountain. Once on the trail the first 25% has several ups and downs with short hike-a-bike sections. Large portions of the trail are nice and loamy. There are some steep switchbacks and a surprisingly large amount of pedalling on the trail as it winds around the hillside rather than heading straight down.

There is not many features on the trail, there is one drop in the middle and a fairly wide log ride at the bottom.

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More Stats for Full Pull mountain bike trail trail
  • Altitude change
    -1,571 ft
  • Altitude min
    1,237 ft
  • Altitude max
    2,807 ft
  • Altitude start
    2,807 ft
  • Altitude end
    1,237 ft
  • Grade
    -15.8%
  • Grade max
    -58.5%
  • Grade min
    17.8%
  • Distance climb
    348 ft
  • Distance down
    2 miles
  • Distance flat
    138 ft
  • Avg time
    00:57:34
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on Aug 7, 2022
Ideal
Avg: 4.15 (37 votes)
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      Full Pull Trail Reports

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      Aug 7, 2022 @ 7:37pm
      Aug 7, 2022
      Running super good right now, the first bit of the trail is very tech but is ridable. I would definitely rate this trail a double black compared...
      Jul 20, 2022 @ 9:32pm
      Jul 20, 2022
      one or two inconvenient boggy bits (bottom of the first rock rolls), but otherwise fantastic
      Jun 27, 2022 @ 9:30am
      Jun 27, 2022
      Double-check the knot on the rope pull before weighting it: the yellow rope was hanging on with just a single overhand hitch. Though if you are...
      Jun 26, 2022 @ 9:50pm
      Jun 26, 2022
      reporter Ideal conditions, fully ridable (as much as it's always been) apart from the large double tree down at the original head cutout tree. Every other...
      Jun 19, 2022 @ 9:11pm
      Jun 19, 2022
      reporter A large tree down half way down. Very slippery in the wet
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      Recent Ridelog Activity on Trail

      Past Week
      • 1 rides
      • 11 miles avg distance
      6 Months
      • 36 rides
      • 12 miles avg distance
      All
      • 398 rides
      • Last: Aug 14, 2022

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      Routes with this trail

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      Tri-Cities Triple Crown27 miles
      Full Pull Lap6 miles

      10 Reviews & Comments

      • + 1
      rcybak (Sep 16, 2020 at 17:21)
      This has to be one of the most fun trails on any mountain, anywhere. There is a rideable route up, and it's 100% rideable on a very good day, but otherwise probably 90% rideable. It's lungbuster that has the most difficult sections, but everything before Lungbuster is rideable if you're fit enough. I find the very beginning to be, in the dry, ready enough to walk down without the use of the rope, but you do have to take it carefully. There are a few short rideable sections followed by unrideable climbs, but they are very short. Once you can get on the bike for good, there are still some punchy parts that require descent skill to clean, but definitely worth it, because once you start going down, all your hard work will be rewarded. There are several short, steep sections, tight switchbacks, and a lot of high speed singletrack. It's such a long trail that it's difficult to pick a favorite part, but the gigantic log ride at the end is a great finish to a great trail. Kudos to the builder, who surely deserves to be in the hall of fame.
      [Reply]
      • + 1
      joe-chainbrothers-mtb (May 8, 2020 at 21:22)
      I rode this trail twice. I would say this is the KING line in Eagle because it's long, sustained and epic. Thanks to trail builders.

      First time I walked up IMBY, Physio, Mosson and Exterminator to midway of Full Pull and then walked up (in some spots carried my bike on my shoulder) to the start with the tree sign "Full Pull" (which is after the creek crossing on the map start) because I was unsure if lungbuster is clear. Took me 2 hour. Second time I walked up Lungbuster from Lungbuster parking. Way easier and it took me 1 hour.

      You ended up at the end of the road at the top, beautiful viewpoint. Then the start is super steep, probably triple black. They put a rope for you to walk down. You can also grab some trees instead of using the rope to go down. After that, there's an optional double/triple black rock roll. Then you pretty much ended up at the valley/creek and it's walking. the first 800-900m of this trail is very pedally with some walking sections.

      Then the next bit is super steep (I think lower ladies steep) loam along the cliff. Truly epic. Probably hard black? After that, the steepness eased up and it's pure downhill technical blue with some difficult black features, rock rolls.
      [Reply]
      • + 1
      NorcoJeremy1995 (Apr 18, 2020 at 22:36)
      This trail is an epic adventure! Definitely worth it the climb. However, there are a few things I wish I had known that would have helped me prepare better, so hopefully this helps anyone thinking of trying it out. For starters, the 'hike-a-bike' start uses a rope ladder; it is ludicrously steep and if you aren't careful you could seriously injure yourself or damage your bike. It's recommended to go with at least one other person, and then you can work together to get the bikes and people down safely. If I go alone again, I'll bring a rope so I can safely and gently lower my bike doewn without needing to hold onto it and climb down a rope at the same time. The snow at the top was very deep; it could be very late in the season before it's all gone, and the trail is almost impossible to follow in the snow. There are flags tied to trees that mark the trail you can follow, so follow them or you could get super lost super fast. Once I got to the rideable section, this was one of the best trails I've ever ridden. The adventure might take over 3 or 4 hours from start to finish, but it's totally worth it and very fun!
      [Reply]
      • + 1
      jayacheess (Dec 11, 2019 at 22:11)
      The entrance squirrel-catcher is absurd (rope to help you hike a bike down), but I'm betting a top tier rider could clear it all pretty handily in dry conditions.

      The rest of the top half is genuinely gnarly, with some incredibly steep turns that fall off the side of the mountain if screwed up. We rode it in the wet, but I could still see the argument for rating it double black in the dry.

      The bottom half after the connector trail is easy by comparison, and just barely rates as a black.

      Good fun on both sections, though. If it wasn't for the terrible climb, this would be a significantly more popular trail.
      [Reply]
      • + 3
      chris2 (Dec 12, 2019 at 12:49)
      The entrance isn't supposed to be rideable, it was made that way to keep dirt bikes off the trail. I'm sure someone could ride it but it's not recommended!
      [Reply]
      • + 1
      jayacheess (Dec 12, 2019 at 13:39)
      Oh for sure, but I'm willing to bet Yoann Barelli, or someone of the like could clear that and everything else. Wink
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      • + 2
      cooldudethatate (May 4, 2017 at 19:53)
      Few tips:
      DO NOT RIDE ALONE
      DO NOT RIDE IN WET
      Also May 4th 2017 today and there was 6ft of snow on the road up.
      [Reply]
      • + 1
      bikerboy97197 (Dec 31, 2014 at 17:10)
      Rode this trail in the snow today, absolutely nuts. There are multiple ways to get up to the viewpoint, we pushed up dentist and 4 lost souls, then just hiked up the road the rest of the way which wasn't to bad. The top of the trail is pretty crazy in the snow, super sketchy getting your bike down the first part but it gets better further on after about 15 minutes of short downhills and short hikes. After some steep switchbacks it starts to flow really well and you can get going at a decent clip. Overall an awesome trail and definitely worth the hike but it's pretty much takes a full day once your day so plan ahead. 8/10
      [Reply]
      • + 1
      drbike (Nov 24, 2014 at 8:32)
      If you have fatbike-esque wheels you can ride 75% of the climb, so ya it's a beast to get up there. All I saw was clouds at the top, but it looked like there would be a good view point. The start of the trail is a bit haywire, but it get's quite good and challenging pretty quick. It seems like one of those 1-2 times per year kind of rides. Can turn into an epic in heavy rain as it turns out.
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      • + 1
      canadaka Trailforks (Oct 9, 2012 at 19:44)
      finally rode this trail today, added a description of the trail above. The "ride" or should I say push up Eagle Mountain sucks, most of the road is too rocky to ride. The trail has fun though, not something I would do that often, but its a fun little adventure. Would be better if there were some medium sized drops and rock rolls. The loamy steep sections are pretty rad though, and the flowy section at the bottom is super fun.
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