The second leg of the "High" trails in the Cheakamus area, HiHi is very similar in nature to High Side. In fact, other than a slight turn in the logging road after High Side, it's difficult to know where this one begins.
HiHi is a fun, technical trail of moderate difficulty. It's rather flowy with a few more difficult maneuvers, but isn't wide open - trees tightly line both sides of this trail. The second half is much flatter and has a couple small pedaling sections but at that point, the pedaling is welcome.
This makes a nice loop to climb Babylon by Bike, race down See Colors and Puke and then down the three High trails (High Side, HiHi and Highline).
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More Stats for HiHi mountain bike trail
Altitude change-87 ft
Altitude min2,379 ft
Altitude max2,477 ft
Altitude start2,477 ft
Altitude end2,390 ft
Distance climb184 ft
Distance down1,018 ft
Distance flat68 ft
Avg reverse time00:04:02
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
HiHi Trail Reports
Nov 11, 2017 @ 9:24amNov 11, 2017
Nov 6, 2017 @ 7:13amNov 6, 2017
|reporter snow covered with a few slippery sections|
Oct 21, 2017 @ 2:13pmOct 21, 2017
|reporter cleared branches and raked out needle muck from drains|
Oct 10, 2017 @ 8:14amOct 10, 2017
|reporter all good|
Aug 21, 2017 @ 2:03pmAug 21, 2017
|Lots of silt in the corners. Small ruts forming from people dragging there brakes...|
Routes with this trail
|EWS #6 2015 Crankworx SRAM Canadian Open Presented by Specialized race||35 miles|
|HiHi, Highline, Duncan's Trail - Whistler, BC - Advanced Route||6 miles|
|WORCA's 52 Card Pick Up - Just Trails race||41 miles|
|It's business time loop||6 miles|
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