White Track - Trail, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan

White Track - Trail, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan

DESCRIPTION

At the White Track Ski area, park at the far parking lot, go south along the east side of the hill, and soon you will see a whole bunch of trails branching off on the south side of the hill. *** For your info, there will be a 2000 Canada Cup at this site.

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[Jul 12, 2013]
gregg
Cross Country Rider

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[Aug 31, 2012]
Jim
Weekend Warrior

I see that nobody has posted a review for a number of years now - too bad. The guys I ride with are old codgers - like myself (late 50s and early 60s). We rode White Track for the first time about 6 weeks ago - when we could be considered as novices (which is below a begginer). My buddy and I are avid and advanced skiers (we regularly ski the black diamond runs) so really appreciated the signage (green for begginer, blue for intermediate and black for advanced). Well, to make a long story short we figured that we should bypass the greens and go directly into the blues and blacks - WRONG - big mistake!! We got onto runs that were WAY over our heads and learned a good lesson - don't be stupid ... practice ... watch videos of mountain biking ... practice ... then go hit the green runs. We were beaten ... bloody (my bud impaled himself on his rear sprocket) and tired ... but ... had room for a couple of beers and great stories to tell our grandchildren (but not our wives of course) afterwards. Anyways, just last week, after 5 weeks of practising and getting into more single track riding, we hit White Track again. We stuck to the greens and had a hoot!! We'll be going back again for sure and exploring much more (and keeping safer and within our abilities as well). I would recommend White Track to riders who have the bikes that can handle this sort of thing and for begginer to advanced riders (although I wouldn't really know as I am still a begginer). Another nice area is Nicole Flats - this is a very nice ride for novice and begginers (we really like it). Intermediate or above riders may find this boring but you do learn some pretty interesting facts about buffalo and the kinds of different wildlife that exist within this ecosystem. Whatever you do ... ride safe. When you get to be our age if the trail looks too scarey then maybe it is and, when in doubt, walk your bike;-)

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Nicole Flats

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5
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3
[May 20, 1999]
Mike Osiowy

There's a lot at this site for everyone. There are races at this site and yet there's really technical singletrack. A very nice and secluded site, but be careful not to get lost.

Customer Service

Go along the trail that follows the hill all of the way around the back. Look for a pink piece of tape as a trail marker in a bush grove. When you see the tape, take one of the little-developed singletrack trails and you will be lead to a beautiful singletrack climb up the hill. Then, point your bike down the hill and have fun.

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Wascana Trails is similar in variety to this site, and Avonlea isn't too far away. Regina beach isn't too far either, and it has some really sweet trails.

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4
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[Jun 30, 1999]
Todd Rutledge

Since last summer the Zen Trail Co. has been secretly working away at some of the best trails in southern Sask. The Zen Trail Co. was formed last year by five guys who like to get KRANKED. Roots, Rocks & Drops our speciality. Two of the secret trails at white track, Heaven & Roots offer some of the best downhill singletrack i've ridden. Other tails which will be included in the Canada Cup 2000, like Weeping Fee are a blast to ride. Ups & downs at the right times if you know what I mean.The best way to experience these trails is to get a map or ride with the locals like myself, who love taking groups out. Contact me at(306)693-3806 or at Boh's cycle in Moose Jaw (306)692-0477 ask for Colby my partner in Zen Trails. You'll be all smiles we promise!!!!

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[Jun 30, 1999]
Janell Hurlburt

Since last summer the Zen trail company has been secretly working away on some of the best single track trails in southern saskatchewan. The Zen trail company was formed by five guys who have a passion for tricky single track and getting KRANKED!! Two of the newest additions, HEAVEN and ROOTS, offer the extreme mountain biker a chance to test her/his skills, on one of the best trails I've ridden. Other trails. such as WEEPING FEE, are a blast to ride down. (Single track at it's best!) To obtain maps or be guided in call Todd Rutledge at 306-693-3806 or Colby Large @ Boh's cycle 306-692-0477 (group rides welcome, all levels) or show up Sunday mornings @ 10:30 by the lower chalet picnic area. See ya there at the Canada cup 2000

Customer Service

Head North from Moose Jaw to Buffalo pound provincial park, to White track ski area.

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Nicole Flats

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5
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[Aug 25, 1999]
Bob Knobby

Again another biased review by the people who probably made the trail. These are to kind of guys who have full suspension freeride bikes with disk brakes for 150 ft of downhill. Wake up you live in the prairies. Stick to your pickup trucks and country music.

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[Jan 29, 2000]
Mike Osiowy

Ahhh, stereotypes. Think I'm a redneck who listens to country music? I drive a Honda Civic and enjoy primarily non-commercialized techno music. Reading your post, Bob Knobby, it looks like you're the kind of poser rider who bought a six-inch-travel DH bike because it was the most expensive bike in the store, and proceeded to cover it with the sticker of every sunglass maker he could to look cool. Probably drives a polished $50,000 Mercedes SUV to give him that "outdoorsy" look, and does zero trail maintenance. In any case, disregard his review, or at least read it keeping in mind that Saskatchewan is Saskatchewan and not the North Shore.

This site has seen much development in the last year, with the additions of Weeping Fee, Heaven, Roots and Greenroom, which I have yet to ride. I'm excited to see a Canada Cup 2000 race at this location, and I couldn't think of a local site that would be a better choice. Notice I said l o c a l, nice and clearly. It's almost as diverse as Wascana Trails, and hats off to the Zen trail crew for the addition of four great trails/trail networks in a year. The race last August was fun and grueling, and I really enjoy riding the trails here. Maybe I am biased, but I really appreciate the efforts that took place here, and it deserves my five tires.

Customer Service

Climb the ski hill and follow the road to Heaven. Then ride the singletrack trail Weeping Fee and ride towards the southwest park boundary to ride roots downhill.

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Claybank and Wascana Trails

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[Feb 29, 2000]
Bob Knobby

I don't judge people by the cars they drive or the cool music they listen to. Just because you listen to music that other people aren't cool enough to listen to doesn't mean shit to me. Sounds like your looking for an identity buddy and mountain biking seems to attract just that type of person. And by that I mean people that are "fanatics" who have to like some sort of false lifestyle and listen to obscure bands that nobody has heard of and grow cheesy facial hair. But guess what? What used to be alternative is the norm and your're probably just another alternative techno ambient guy who really has no clue who he is and clings to a magazine lifestyle just to have some sense of self because he can't face the fact that he's just like everyother wannabe who watches Mountain Dew commercials and the X-games. By the way good trail.

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[Mar 08, 2000]
Mike

"I don't judge people..."

Sure, I believe you :)

And you are right, good trails...

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[Jun 23, 2000]
Don Gwam

What?? Where's the real trail?? Listen, enough apathy. The hill I live on in New West is steaper and more technical than this. Sorry people. Get a stationary bike, jump up and down, drink a dozen BOW, yell YAHOO a couple of times and go to bed assume the fetal position and dream of the North Shore. Nothing personal , I am a flat-lander, but never never make a mountain out of a mo-hill.

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Don't recommend..

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Jump in your pickup or Greyhound and head west, way west.

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