Auburn Trails - TRAIL

Auburn Trails - Trail, Halifax, Nova Scotia

Decent trail for all skill levels. We just stared building things this summer, with more to come. If you enter through Old Lawrence town road you'll weave through some rough/easy singletrack then hit a bridge over a fallen tree (About four feet high) Then you'll be at a four way intersection, I would suggest going straight. (Left is just a bunch of muddly ATV trails) Shortly, you'll find a 25 foot long skinny across a 3 1/2 foot deep river. The trail form here is fairly wide. You'll hit a double bridge over another fallen tree with a nice gap for the return trip. Keep going and you'll hit a T in the road. Go right and then go left at the next junction. There's a nice long downhill section here that you can fly thorough, (If you're brave enough) Near the banked corner, were working on a singletrack with a sky bridge, hopefully it will, be done by August. Afterwords you're brought into Triter's Pit, there's a real big cliff drop that you can fly off of. (And some nice rock climbing if you wanna rest) Also were workin on some dirt jumps at the pit, we have only two completed but with more to come. You can leave the trail from here of head back and do some of the other trails. Lots of smooth High-speed runs. Enjoy!

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xmen_456   Weekend Warrior [Jun 19, 2009]

Sorry forggot to Include directions.

There's many different entrances but this is the one I prefer;

From MAIN or PORTLAND STREET, turn onto FOREST HILLS PARKWAY, the turn left or right (respectivley) onto AUBURN DRIVE. The turn right on to HIRANDALE CRESCENT, the right again on to OLD LAWRENNCE TOWN ROAD. At the end of the road there is a concrete barrier, ride around it and you are on the trail.

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