Snakes and Ladders Details
Maple Ridge, British Columbia
Difficulty ratingBlack Diamond
Bike typeDH, AM, XC
Trail UsageBiking Only
Season4 season trail
TTFs on trailA-Frame, Bridge, Drop, Jump, Rock Face, Skinny, Teeter Totter
Ride in rainYes
Land ManagerBCIT Woodlot 0007
Snakes and Ladders is one of the few trails at The Woodlot that still includes a few ladders and even a teeter totter on its path. It is an intermediate technical trail with lots of dirt, a few ladders over creeks and a few fun somewhat technical rock faces. There are a few smaller jumps on the trail but nothing too large and every hard feature has an easy ride around.
The trail traverses the lower 1/3rd of the area and uses the land well rather than going straight down the hill. The end of the trail links up to the Trans Canada Trail. If you head east, you head towards the powerlines and Rolley Lake, head west back towards the main road up and Shotgun.
This is a 100% legitimate trail that is recognized by MoTSA
Access the trail off the main road up to the powerlines.
Local Trail Association
More Stats for Snakes and Ladders mountain bike trail
Altitude change-362 ft
Altitude min935 ft
Altitude max1,297 ft
Altitude start1,297 ft
Altitude end935 ft
Distance down2,431 ft
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Snakes and Ladders Trail Reports
Aug 23, 2017 @ 9:27amAug 23, 2017
|reporter Bridges have several broken rungs and the skinny line is in rough shape - the teeter is teetering on the brink of breaking.|
Jun 7, 2017 @ 7:27pmJun 7, 2017
|reporter The buidler has removed the tree.|
May 21, 2017 @ 8:31pmMay 21, 2017
|Small rotted tree down across trail (near top of trail), can ride over or around. Some portions of ladder structures on the trail are showing...|
Feb 26, 2017 @ 5:04pmFeb 26, 2017
|reporter Builder has cleared all dead fall off the trail|
Jan 29, 2017 @ 6:46pmJan 29, 2017
|Medium sized tree down across trail, blocking trail. Watch out the tree is low to the ground and hard to see until you are very close. The tree is...|
Routes with this trail
|Short Woodlot Lap||5 miles|
Fraser Valley GuideBook
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