Riding AreaMount Fromme
North Vancouver, British Columbia
Voted DifficultyBlack Diamond (1 vote)
Bike TypeDH, AM
DirectionDownhill OnlyPopular direction shown
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Land ManagerGrouse (top20m) + District of North Vancouver
Steep, rocky & rooty, it is an old school trail that is raw and natural. A challenging descent, at times awkward, you'll need to create your own flow on this one.
The trail is not easy to find and sees little traffic, so it's easy to lose the trail. Ride the chunder chute for the first 100m then take the hard right uphill. You'll pass Upper Crippler in the first 100m on your left (after taking the uphill right)- there is no sign but an arrow points you in the right direction to stay on Grannies.
The end of the trail, just before the BP trail, a series of gap jumps and other stunts have all but disappeared over time.The trail drops you out on the Baden Powell Trail, with Digger on you right, and Lower Crippler on your left.
Accessed off Mountain Hwy through a wide washed out chunder chute.
Local Trail Association
More Stats for Grannies bike trail
Altitude change-672 ft
Altitude min1,377 ft
Altitude max2,049 ft
Altitude start2,049 ft
Altitude end1,377 ft
Distance climb23 ft
Distance down3,174 ft
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
Grannies Trail Reports
Oct 27, 2018 @ 5:20pmOct 27, 2018
|It is good to go but due to low traffic lots of the trail seems grown over.|
Oct 8, 2018 @ 7:26pmOct 8, 2018
|reporter Roots are pretty greasy but otherwise fun|
Oct 7, 2018 @ 9:42amOct 7, 2018
Aug 30, 2018 @ 10:44pmAug 30, 2018
|Cut downed tree out next to the big rock with a hand saw. Also trimmed back a dangerous head level log sticking out right after the new A-frame.|
Aug 13, 2018 @ 7:05pmAug 13, 2018
|An a-frame has been constructed over the fallen tree. Trail is all clear now.|
Routes with this trail
|Fromme All Trails 2018||45 miles|
|Mount Fromme Big Epic||32 miles|
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