made in the shade - TRAIL

made in the shade - Trail, Squamish, British Columbia

Single track with lots of big drop offs and tuns of sharp 180 degree turns. At the end of the trail there is a road that you can follow and later on will turn into more single track and get a little more technical, whith the addition of a few logs

User Reviews (5)

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steve e   Cross Country Rider [Sep 24, 2004]

great trail

Customer Service

up from the highlands keep going till you reach a rest stop read the sign from there

Similar Products Used: edsbypass
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4
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4
Lee Lau   [Dec 28, 1998]

The trail description is basically correct; the FSR can be accessed from Alice Lake; from the Test of Metal race course or from housing developments at the top of Skyline. It's a fun trail, not too technical but steep and lots of tight turns.

Customer Service

The directions are misleading - Tantalus and Corsa Cycles, two shops in town, can give you proper directions - Corsa is on Pemberton Ave in downtown Squamish and Tantalus is next to the Shady Tree Pub next to Highway 99 at the last Northern traffic light

Similar Products Used: Ed's Bypass; Rob and Cliff's Corners; Alice Lake trails (in fall and spring)
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3
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Jeff Banks   [May 06, 1999]

Tight twisty and very cool if you clean it!!!

Customer Service

From the top of Perth Rd. in Squamish follow the logging road to the Hydro line road. Climb along the hydro cut past the first map location and look for a dreadful single track climb on your right. If you find yourself out of road or heading downhill you have gone too far. Follow the single track up the hill and go around to your left when presented with the chance. (Great riding to the right but you won't get to Made in the Shade). You will know it when you get there 'cause it drops in a hurry!

Similar Products Used: Look for Dead End Loop to the right from the bottom of Made in the Shade.
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4
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Ryan Walton xxx   [Oct 20, 1999]

Exellent trail and it is in Squamish not Spuamish ya damn yanks though it is a very good trail

Customer Service

Either hike a bike up Ed's Bypass or go up Alice Lake Ridge road

Similar Products Used: If you are in Squamish try The Power House Plunge it is the best and pretty hard very hard to clean
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5
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Brad   [Oct 29, 1999]

I have riddin this trail many many times over the last several years and highly recomend it. Nice technical switchbacks, with several difficult sections. The trail is very possible to clean, but it can take a while to pull it off. Once you are acustomed to the trail you can tackle it at very stupid speeds. I dont think I could ever tire of this trail.

Customer Service

From Glacier View enter the logging roads. follow straight through an intersection which occurs shortly after a large dip and ride until you reach a yellow gate at which point you turn right and continue climbing past three waterbars. The trail will be on your left. Note: A short distance in the trail branches to eds bypass which is the leftmost path.

Similar Products Used: Entrails & Rock&Roll & Goranga
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