Wolf Willow - TRAIL

Wolf Willow - Trail, Edmonton, Alberta

All types - covers about 10-20 sq. km. It follows 2 feeder streams into the North Sask. River and surrounding. Unlimited potential.

User Reviews (8)

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simon   Downhiller [Apr 18, 2007]

This system is sick, i have been riding it for the bast three years and i have watched it deteriorate because of construction above and in the trial system, because of storm sewers its gets unbelivably muddy in some parts, so you just stay to the top-ish area up by wolfwillow and your fine. If you follow the micky mouse markings on the trees it also helps there are a few drops and gaps and people are starting to build some north shore stuff, shin-knees are recomended.

Customer Service

any way in you can find.

Similar Products Used: Patricia heights ravine
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Derrie   Downhiller [Sep 21, 2006]

sweet place to ride, hit the drop in behind the jcc (jewish community centre) its crazy, i gaped a bunch of people in the hole. well from the jcc, head up from the river and i've made some pretty sweet jumps. gets extremly wet after rain!

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5
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4
free rider   Downhiller [Nov 14, 2005]

hey can some1 give me directions from west edmonton mall cause i cant find it

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  [Sep 19, 2000]

Excellent trail system, could be made into a
North Shore style, very underused area, a little work and you have your own private paradise.

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5
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Bob Pilip   [Oct 20, 2000]

Lots of technical riding with some very steep dropins.
The kind of place that you have to explore o bit to figure out the best routes.

Customer Service

Park at the Sorrentinos resteraunt at the end of 170 st.

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Justin   [Nov 27, 2000]

HAS GREAT TERRAIN AND IN REALLY GOOD CONDITION!

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5
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Scott   [May 03, 2001]

Good, fun trail not too technical. Good when dry, be carful when riding the boards in the forest, I think some of them have nails in them.

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3
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David   [Jun 08, 2001]

Decent singletrack with some good technical sections. Some nice sections to jump as well as tough bits with roots and rocks. Dont get lost up one of the ravines that doesn't have a path - trust me. Makes a good change from Terwillegar which is starting to get pretty old. We need to open more paths for mountain bikes!!!

Customer Service

Start near the river (156St) and ride up - then you can enjoy the downhill on the way back.

Similar Products Used: Terwillegar Park
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4
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Paul   [Mar 04, 2003]

well its a cool trail and all, thou it totally could be made into heaven with some logs and everything else.

Customer Service

as above

Similar Products Used: People i need your help im looking for people to go ridng with email me @ P_husak@hotmail.com need to find new non BMXing people to ride with.
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