Riding areaStewart Creek Trails
Christina Lake, British Columbia
Bike typeDH, AM
Trail UsageBiking Primary
DirectionDownhill PrimaryPopular direction shown
TTFs on trailA-Frame, Berm, Drop, Jump, Gap Jump, Ladder Bridge, Log Ride, Rock Face, Skinny, Teeter Totter
This trail is a classic single-track mountain bike trail providing steep descents and technical sections mixed up with some short punchy climbs and optional stunts. It provides great viewpoints looking east over Christina Lake. This is a Blue trail by Kootenay standards, so watch yourself. There are some technical rock gardens you don't want to be going too fast into as well as the odd blind corner or loose rock.
Follow Hwy 3 west towards Grand Forks. Just after the Hwy 395, turn right onto Stewart Creek Rd. Follow for 9.6 km where there is a small pullout and the trailhead for Spooner Creek Trail. The trail descends from here down to West Lake Dr.
This trail is Unsanctioned, Ride at your own Risk!
More Stats for Spooner mountain bike trail
Altitude change-1,820 ft
Altitude min1,532 ft
Altitude max3,352 ft
Altitude start3,352 ft
Altitude end1,532 ft
Distance climb1,067 ft
Distance down2 miles
Distance flat392 ft
Avg reverse time00:01:58
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
Spooner Trail Reports
Aug 14, 2017 @ 10:00amAug 14, 2017
|Still one tree down at the bottom.|
Aug 5, 2017 @ 5:39pmAug 5, 2017
|The aforementioned downed tree is still there, but is at a slow section of trail, no suprises. Fun and dusty!|
Jul 11, 2017 @ 7:31amJul 11, 2017
|Great ride. A bit more steep and technical than a "blue" run in west Bragg creek Kananaskis. One large tree down across trail. Most technical...|
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.|
May 4, 2017 @ 10:20pmMay 4, 2017
|Around 15 trees down throughout the trail|
Routes with this trail
|The Full Spooner||3 miles|
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