Riding areaStewart Creek Trails
Christina Lake, British Columbia
Bike typeDH, AM
Trail UsageBiking Only
DirectionDownhill OnlyPopular direction shown
TTFs on trailA-Frame, Bridge, Drop, Ladder Bridge, Log Ride, Roller Coaster, Skinny, Teeter Totter, Wallride
Welcome to ManderLand!
This short trail/stunt was created as a memorial to local legend/mother/wife/daughter/friend/hero Amanda Koppin. It connects There's Willis with Spooner, avoiding a short ride down Stewart Creek Rd.
Amanda was known to many lucky enough to have experienced her exuberant life-force as "Manders" and she is dearly missed by the local community. Manders as an integral part of the Christina Lake crew that maintained the local trails in the early 2000's - the time when Boris and Wheelchair were constructed. Her excitement for biking was uncontainable and she was ever eager to get the next generation out on the trails. The builders and the person writing this hope you enjoy this fitting tribute to an amazing person.
See you out there on the trails and in the steep trees Manders, we're always thinkin' of you.
- Jay Darby
This trail is Unsanctioned, Ride at your own Risk!
More Stats for ManderLand mountain bike trail
Altitude change-49 ft
Altitude min3,322 ft
Altitude max3,370 ft
Altitude start3,370 ft
Altitude end3,322 ft
Distance down376 ft
Distance flat90 ft
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
ManderLand Trail Reports
Aug 14, 2017 @ 10:00amAug 14, 2017
|Broken wood/ttf structure, the second teeter totter is broken and very wobbly|
May 9, 2017 @ 8:08pmMay 9, 2017
|Trail is in great shape. All the fallen trees from the winter have been removed by our great trail crew.|
Aug 31, 2016 @ 10:26amAug 31, 2016
|Loose boards have been removed.|
Aug 4, 2016 @ 8:40pmAug 4, 2016
|A few more boards loose on first teter toter at entrance.|
Jun 2, 2016 @ 7:31pmJun 2, 2016
Routes with this trail
|The Full Spooner||3 miles|
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