Falcon Lake Ski Resort - Trail, Falcon Lake, Manitoba

Falcon Lake Ski Resort - Trail, Falcon Lake, Manitoba

DESCRIPTION

This is a really fun trail. Good strong uphill, and fast downhill. The downhills are not cut, and the grass is really tall, so be carefull! It also has some technical riding, theres a place on the trail called Granite Pass, its a quick single track with alot of rocks and logs, really fun! Last year there was a race held there so the trail should be good this year, more people should be riding it!

USER REVIEWS

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[Dec 10, 2017]
nooner123
Cross Country Rider

Mountain biking for over 25 years...biked all over North America.

The Falcon Lake trail system is testimony to no matter where you bike in the world, mountain bikers build their trails with passion and dedication.

Granite seams, rock ledges, wooden trail features...this trail system has something for everyone - Manitoba rocks!

Customer Service

Five of Diamonds loop - well marked with some great technical rock challenges.

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4
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3
[Aug 01, 2009]
brock
Weekend Warrior

your google map location is on the wrong side of the lake, nowhere near the resort

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5
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5
[Nov 29, 2004]
tpoltron
Cross Country Rider

Though I grew up in nearby Winnipeg before they were called mountain bikes, I'm spoiled now and have ridden many of the best trails in North America. I came back through the area in August and really enjoyed these trails as they had everything you need: challenging sections, a good workout, pretty views and fun! We did a couple thousand verticle feet of climbing (600m) in a couple hours - pretty darn good for this close to the praries.

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Ingolf

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5
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4
[Jan 08, 1999]
Altered Ego

This trail is sooooo fun if you know what your doing! If you've got a moderatly good bike try it out! there is a really fun down hill on a wooden bridge type thing, after granite pass. keep looking around while your there! there is alot of trails there.
Last year I met the owner, he was riding the trial so if your out there keep your eyes open!
also be careful of the open feild at the bottom of the downhills, anybody can get stuck in there!
but this trail is the best! nuff said.

Customer Service

go up the hill on your right as you enter, rocky ridge? or something, then go down granite pass, turn right and follow the trail there, go down the down hill, then take the sun shine route.

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There's a really good offroad old fire road trail out side of Faloma that is now supposedly used by dirt bikers, but the sign there says no dirt bikes, sooo.... you make your own assumptions!

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5
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[Apr 14, 1999]
V

Originally raised in Winnipeg, I have been fortunate to have a family cottage at Falcon where I can migrate to every year. I rode this track during a race last summer and found it to be challenging being my first race ever (and it showed). It has some heart-pumping uphill and some quick downhill. Technically, it doesn't compare to the trails I ride in North Vancouver, but I still found it fast, fun, and recommend it to anyone in the prairie region looking to find something that resembles "mountain biking."

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4
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[Oct 26, 1999]
Chris Butcher

One of the better trails in Manitoba it's in the Whiteshell so it is very rocky there are rocks sticking up everywhere. Lot's of uphills and downhills I raced there last year I got 3rd.

Customer Service

Read the other guys

Similar Products Used:

Roseisle

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5
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[Jul 24, 2000]
gusto

Don't even bother with the races. The go no where that's good. All you do in a race is ride around the ski hill. There's some insane technical riding to be found at the ski hill. The downhill's aren't bad, there's a good roller to pop off of that I'm going to build a kicker on soon so stay tuned.

Customer Service

I think you guys need to ride more. There's six or seven different trails and more if you include the cross country ski trails. The best route it from the bottom, up to the t-bar, then up smokey, then a warm-up on the cliff trail, followed by the singletrack to mogul, down the weak-ass switchbacks, then over to Sunshine, up to the top, then cut off to the White Pine lookout, ride the newly cut orange and pink trails, then over to the ramps. The cliff is a very rocky, rooty technical trail, sunshine is fast rolling dirt, and the new trails are amazing. Very rough and technical with lots of stuff to hop. Be sure to take the eight foot drop from the orange to pink.

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Everything. the stables, pipline, toniata, and Ingolf, mountain biking heaven. Oh yeah, and buddy, Roseisle is a 4 hour drive from falcon. definately not in the same area.

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5
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[Feb 12, 2001]
Trevis

tough uphills,that's for sure. lots of intersections
if you want to mix it up, nice down hills,pretty fast
tons of technical riding. overall if you want a hard day's ride,rip around falcon lake for a day.

Customer Service

follow the signs

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3
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