There's Willis Details
Riding areaStewart Creek Trails
Christina Lake, British Columbia
Difficulty ratingBlack Diamond
Bike typeDH, AM
Trail UsageBiking Only
DirectionDownhill OnlyPopular direction shown
TTFs on trailA-Frame, Bridge, Drop, Jump, Roller Coaster, Skinny, Teeter Totter, Wallride
This is a newer trail that adds some distance to your ride when shuttling Spooner. This trail is accessed via a short but steep and water bared logging road that comes left off of Stewart Rd. just before the straight-away that leads to the Spooner trail-head. This can be seen if you turn on "satellite" on the map.
This trail is steep, loose and contains mandatory stunts. There are teeter totters, bridges, a-frames and a roller coaster. Please look before you ride as many of the stunts are not what they appear to be (drops are actually teeters, landings are sniper, etc.)
This trail starts out with an A-Frame that leads you into a left or right line. The left line is a little easier but is still steep and loose so watch our speed going in. The right line is a short traverse to a very steep, very loose, pinball alley of trees with little to no brake traction, go in slow no matter what your skill level.
Beware and ride with care. Scope the first two lines before you drop in for the first time.
This trail is Unsanctioned, Ride at your own Risk!
More Stats for There's Willis mountain bike trail
Altitude change-298 ft
Altitude min3,370 ft
Altitude max3,668 ft
Altitude start3,668 ft
Altitude end3,370 ft
Distance down1,944 ft
Distance flat20 ft
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There's Willis Trail Reports
Aug 9, 2017 @ 8:21pmAug 9, 2017
|The Right hand step descent is closed right now. Left hand line is very dry, use caution.|
Aug 28, 2016 @ 8:00pmAug 28, 2016
|Still large tree down blocking part of the trail at the A Frame feature. If you ride the A Frame you can go around the tree that is blocking the...|
Aug 4, 2016 @ 8:39pmAug 4, 2016
|Large tree down blocking part of the trail at up and down A-Frame|
Jul 2, 2016 @ 7:36pmJul 2, 2016
|Trail is in good shape. Features are fun and fully intact.|
Jun 12, 2016 @ 9:29pmJun 12, 2016
|Use caution as wood features were very slippery after heavy rain.|
Routes with this trail
|The Full Spooner||3 miles|
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