Riding areaCorner Brook
Corner Brook, Newfoundland
Bike typeDH, AM
Trail UsageBiking Only
DirectionDownhill OnlyPopular direction shown
Climb DifficultyBlack Diamond
SeasonSummer and Fall
TTFs on trailBerm, Bridge, Drop, Gap Jump, Wallride
Corner Brook's newest trail! This trail has been recently constructed by a few dedicated riders in the area and satisfies the need for those that just want to point downhill. The trail features several moderate drops, berms and a 75ft wall ride that ends with a hip jump.
Be prepared to do a few small pedals at the end as the trail ends at the Eastbound lane of the TCH. Be cautious as you travel back towards the shuttle point at Man in the Mountain.
Park at Tippings Pond Parking lot, access the transmission line near the parking lot and head east. The double track quad trail will take you over a steep, punchy but short climb (Spider Wall) along the Transmission line until you hit the groomed snowmobile trail. You'll ride for about 10 minutes (950m) before you hit the groomed trail.
Once you've hit the groomed trail, take a left and head along the groomed trail for another 5 minutes or less, you'll access the trail on your right.
Be cautious, trail is still under construction!
Local Trail Association
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More Stats for Goldmine mountain bike trail
Altitude change-785 ft
Altitude min78 ft
Altitude max871 ft
Altitude start864 ft
Altitude end78 ft
Distance climb407 ft
Distance down4,381 ft
Distance flat45 ft
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
Goldmine Trail Reports
Aug 11, 2017 @ 4:16amAug 11, 2017
|Trail in excellent shape. All clear, possibly best shape it's been in all summer.|
Jul 5, 2017 @ 4:02amJul 5, 2017
|Trail is still under construction. All rideable, but be cautious of the b'ys working on the trail. Stop and lend a hand.|
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