Savage Bliss Details
Savage Bliss and Rapids Ahoy share a common start and end but when the trail forks shortly after the first rock step-down, go right for Savage Bliss.
Savage Bliss has a filter feature at the start; and un-rollable stepdown made out of a ledge of rocks. If this feature is too much for you, then it might be more Savage than Bliss for you and you'll enjoy Rapids Ahoy more.
After the fork, Savage Bliss takes in a number of tight corners on questionable cambers over rocky slabs with chunky holes waiting to catch your front wheel. There are a handful of short but steep chutes.
It's a good idea to sight this trail on your first ride or at least follow a guide who can point out the dangers. Some of them are blind.
Ride to the highest point of Mt Mambup then cross the grass to the slab of rock that marks the common trail head for Rapids Ahoy, Savage Bliss, Train Spotting and Whop-a-Chang. An old fence has been flattened by animals here.
This trail is Unsanctioned, Ride at your own Risk!
This trail is unsanctioned. Be respectful to all residents and users of the area. Please promote the good vibes of mountain biking at all times!
More Stats for Savage Bliss mountain bike trail
Altitude change-657 ft
Altitude min36 ft
Altitude start694 ft
Altitude end37 ft
Distance climb0 ft
Distance down3,578 ft
Distance flat190 ft
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
Savage Bliss Trail Reports
Jan 21, 2018 @ 9:26pmJan 21, 2018
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