Nice fire road uphill for 10.8km then nice singletrack down. 1500 ft elevation gain.
Head to maple ridge, Dewdney trunk Rd, turn north on 232 and then follow the directions to Golden ears park. Turn left at the fire hazard rating sign swhere the maintenance office is, take the left fork to mike lake and park at mike lake. There you will see a yellow gate, hop the gate and start there and follow the road up for 10.8 km, there are km markers each .5 km. Drop into the singletrack at 10.8km
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Posted By: munharrison
- Mon Dec 20 01:11:53 UTC 2010
UpsideSome good singletrack riding without all the northshore distractions. There are a few small things to jump though. DownsideAlthough clearly marked at the ends there are junctions within the trails (incline trail and edmund something or other) that are not marked so it leaves you having to make decisions. CommentOverall I nice ride in the woods with some decent singletrack. The washed out section can either be a technical challenge or a hike and bike, but it doesnt last too long. Although my GPS was not working I seriously doubt it was 10.8 km from the yellow gate to the switchback trail, granted the fire road continued so the switchback trail could have gone higher from where I descended.