Menzies Trail Details
Multi-use trail that allows mountain biking, horses, and hiking. 9 kilometres one way. Fun traditional cross country trail. Depending on the direction greatly changes the trail.
To bike "up" the trail from Mill Creek would be a real downhill trail. Lots of fun technical rock gardens and small dropoffs.
From the Gold creek parking lot, this trail is a grunter. I can only describe the one 5k stretch at the end as "five peaks". 5 technical climbs that are fun, and brutal. Quite a little gem I think I will hit a few times. Parts of this direction make you wonder how it could be called a blue, until you hit five peaks.
Front to back, would be about 18k of single track loamy goodness. Worthy trail if you are looking for some good solid single track.
Menzies Trail can be ridden in both directions with trail heads near the Park headquarters (Mike Lake Road) and at the Gold Creek parking lot.
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More Stats for Menzies Trail mountain bike trail
Altitude change-88 ft
Altitude min591 ft
Altitude max982 ft
Altitude start716 ft
Altitude end628 ft
Distance climb2 miles
Distance down2 miles
Distance flat1,960 ft
Avg reverse time01:13:42
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
Menzies Trail Trail Reports
Jun 2, 2018 @ 6:36pmJun 2, 2018
|Fun traditional cross country trail. Depending on the direction greatly changes the trail. To bike "up" the trail from Mill Creek would be a real...|
Jun 12, 2017 @ 11:35amJun 12, 2017
|There is some overgrowth along some sections on the trail. Still bikable, but if there was a bear on the trail you would not see it until you hit it.|
Jun 11, 2017 @ 10:04pmJun 11, 2017
|Some portions are eroded by horses but generally it's pretty clear. There are also issues where some spots have very deep mud that you will get...|
Sep 16, 2016 @ 1:46pmSep 16, 2016
|reporter Southern portion is very eroded and damaged by horses. Parts are unsuitable for cyclists. Trails improves as you ride North.|
Aug 7, 2016 @ 2:37amAug 7, 2016
|Small tree down across trail, can ride over or around|
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