The first half or so follows an undulating ridge. The single track is rocky in places so some uphill is black diamond. The views here are pretty good. The next half, mostly forested, is mainly down and has some nice tight corners, bridges, fast loamy bits and a tiny muddy section (in a dry July), this part makes up for the pushing I had to do earlier. It ends at a deactivated road. From there it is a short ride down to Antler where another road branches left leading to Crownest.
Queen Victoria road in Beasley. The trailhead is a little over 12km of mostly up on good gravel road, steep in places. There is a sign post in a clearing to the left the trail is immediately off the road to the right marked by stones. There maybe another a few hundred metres further.
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More Stats for Vallelujah mountain bike trail
Altitude change-775 ft
Altitude min4,311 ft
Altitude max5,416 ft
Altitude start5,086 ft
Altitude end4,311 ft
Distance climb2 miles
Distance down3 miles
Distance flat2,915 ft
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Vallelujah Trail Reports
Jul 22, 2017 @ 5:04pmJul 22, 2017
Routes with this trail
|2017 Singletrack 6: Stage 4 - Smallwood race||28 miles|
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