I like the picture of the biker coming down the stairs at the lodge. I got mildly scolded for coming down a 4-5 step section by an employee 2 weeks ago. . It looks like the bike park would be a blast. Nice pics.KamikazeBikr said:
Steve, most of the trails on the mountain are XC friendly. One excellent primarily downhill run is to take the gondola all the way to the top. Go down the off (maybe over, can't recall exactly) the top trail down. Make your way towards the chairliff (Chair 13 I believe) and the lake. Go around the lake and pick up Beach Cruiser trail. Take Beach cruiser back to the lodge. Then, you can try to pick up Paper route over to Downtown trail and ride all the way down to the coffee shop on Minnaret. This is quite a long run and a ton of fun.Wherewolf said:I'm going there next week. I'm not a downhiller. Can you recommend any good long XC trails? Or are there any beginner DH runs I could try?
I get home and check out the messages but generally don't post as much anymore since I get involved in too many threads way too late nowadays. I also haven't shot a video in a while so I can't even post for that reason.Wherewolf said:Haven't heard much from you in a while. New job keeping you busy?
Yes we rode ChainSmoke....its pretty intense!EBasil said:.Did you guys ride Chainsmoke? How "advanced" was it?
How about other trails like Skid Marks, Brake Through, etc? Did you ride "Down Town"? I'm trying to decide whether to bring my SS and kid-trailer for that one, and think I remember it as wide and smooth enough to manage that with ease...