Pig Farm aka Bowser or West Khuns - TRAIL

Pig Farm aka Bowser or West Khuns - Trail, Kalispell, Montana

There are so many double and single track trails that it would be impossible to describe. What I can say is just go exploring and keep your bearings. It is a fun place to ride and you shouldn't get lost. East and North is Farm to Market Road. West you will hit Talley Lake, Private Property or Lore Lake Road. South you will hit Private Property. Just pick a trail or a road. All the trails loop back into each other. If you really want to know where to go call me and I will love to go riding. There are 4 lakes (one on private property) ridges, winding logging road and singletrack and tons of wildlife. I even ran into a herd of 50+ elk last time I was in there. For a bonus try to find my little DH spur. Super technical and STEEP coming off of the ridge above Cliff Lake. Mostly X-C trails with hills, and rolling hills. Ride as long as you want. Not too much down hill, but some and there are some man made obstacles if you can find them.

User Reviews (3)

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Bike Rite   [May 25, 2002]

Just inquire at Bike Rite and we will hook you up. A great place for xc riding. Not the most technical in the area but a lot of fun for early and late season rides.

Similar Products Used: Spencer Mountain, Strawberry Lake, and many many more.
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Shane   [Aug 19, 2002]

My girl and me were in Whitefish for a weekend and were hoping to ride Big Mountain before driving home. Unfortunately the trails were closed for race. A guy at the bike shop in downtown Whitefish (Glacier Bikes ?) gave us directions to this ride and we sure are appreciative!! We pedalled up the double track from the parking area and when it started to go downhill we turned left onto a singletrack. That eventually comes to a T after a steep climb where we turned right and did a really fun rolling singletrack loop along a ridge line and dropped down a tight fairly straight singletrack back to the double track. Then back up and another more technical loop (left at the T) that had a few short steep sections, a great view and eventually a set of obsticles. I wish someone else was riding there so I could have watched someone ride the bridge to 8 ft drop between the trees - I am not that ballsy. The lower altitude bridges and ramps were a blast. Downhill from that spot the trail crosses over the doubletrack and turns into a winding descent back to the car with a bunch of little ramps over logs and a couple steeper sections. Anyone can ride this trail as the obsticles are avoidable although my girlfriend opted to walk down 2 of the steep technical sections. We'll definately try it again the next time were up that way.

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Just ride around and explore

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ryan   [Dec 09, 2002]

This is a great trail for beginners as well as experts.I ride it 4 times a week sometimes. The cross country aspects of the pig farms are phenomonal. One might be able to pedal for most of the day and never see the same thing. There are not much dismounting and some good downhill can be found near the old rusty can.

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farm to market, look left coming from whitefish, look right coming from kalispell.

Similar Products Used: ride hard and much love
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