Mix of hand-built and machine-built singletrack; primarily the former. A few tight turns and techy sections but for the most part nice and mild.
There are two options to access this trail. Either come down Route 66 and enter at the sign for Sasquatch, or come down Master Link, this trail is the first turn north of the Power Line Road. Since this is a one way trail, from Master Link always turn left to stay the right direction.
Note: At the first intersection of the trail, the trail will turn to the right on a berm. This turn will lead to a fork. If you take this turn you are following the old loop, as detailed in this GPS track. You can then turn right again to continue the short loop. If you stay straight at the intersection, you will continue past Master Link on the new extension loop.
This trail has been extended and the current GPS track is incorrect.
Local Trail Association
More Stats for Sasquatch mountain bike trail
Altitude change20 ft
Altitude min586 ft
Altitude max624 ft
Altitude start586 ft
Altitude end606 ft
Distance climb1,894 ft
Distance down2,282 ft
Distance flat720 ft
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Sasquatch Trail Reports
Nov 10, 2017 @ 10:43pmNov 10, 2017
|Tree that was blocking on the Extension has been removed, Nov. 10, 2017. Trail is clear.|
Oct 27, 2017 @ 5:05pmOct 27, 2017
|Great fall colors, leaves have fallen giving the trail it great colors. Wet, slick roots. Did night ride, with fog. Big fun.|
Oct 2, 2017 @ 5:07pmOct 2, 2017
|slick rocks and leaves|
Jul 21, 2017 @ 8:35pmJul 21, 2017
|Bit overgrown in some places, also some loose rocks but overall good conditions.|
Jul 7, 2017 @ 11:57amJul 7, 2017