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Whats up peoples, just rode Terwillegar for the first time today and it was muddy good fun! I wrote down the directions from the trail maps off of River Valley Cycles website and was able to do everything except Rollercoaster trail.

I'd like to follow the route as described by RVC so can anyone help me out in trying to find the start. When I was riding I did the left at the multi-use trail sign and the trail headed up right away. I followed it all the way to a lookout (can see the Epcor plant and the river, not sure if this was the lookout), and then did the left but it was singletrack instead of doubletrack (as indicated in the trail map). I kept an eye out for the old mound of concrete but didn't find it.

Am I on the right way up to the lookout but took the wrong left, or am I just way off altogether?

trail map: http://rivervalleycycle.com/files/09-07-16 RVC_trailmap_terwillegar_RCT_WEB.pdf
 

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River Valley has trail maps ! That`s cool ! Been a while since I was on their site . Yes the lookout is looking at the E.L Smith water treatment plant , not that great of a lookout as it is just a water treatment plant .

The roller coaster trail starts with a steep short descent that cuts quickly to the left . The trail features alot of short quick climbs and descents which ultimately ended with a wicked fast descent to the bottom of the valley , but a couple years ago the lovely city tore the downhill out and paved it :madmax:

It won`t be hard to find . Terwig. is small , head west and stay right and you will hit it .
 

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River Valley has trail maps ! That`s cool ! Been a while since I was on their site . Yes the lookout is looking at the E.L Smith water treatment plant , not that great of a lookout as it is just a water treatment plant .

The roller coaster trail starts with a steep short descent that cuts quickly to the left . The trail features alot of short quick climbs and descents which ultimately ended with a wicked fast descent to the bottom of the valley , but a couple years ago the lovely city tore the downhill out and paved it :madmax:

It won`t be hard to find . Terwig. is small , head west and stay right and you will hit it .
Thanks SJ! Hope to find it tomorrow.
 
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