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    • Boney Elbows
    • Alice Lake & Highlands, Squamish, Canada
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    • type: enduro, DH
    • steep rating: -2.5
    • technical rating: 2.5
    • distance: 0.6km
    Boney Elbows in Squamish, BC is located in an area I seldom bike, right near the start of Treasure Trail and just before Hueso. It certainly packs a punch with several rock slabs, including the largest slab I've ever ridden. Super stoked to have made it down this trail and will definitely will ride again! Squamish is located in BC, Canada about a 50 minute drive from downtown Vancouver.
    • Ben and Jerry's
    • Burnaby Mountain, Burnaby, Canada
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    • type: XC, enduro
    • steep rating: -1
    • technical rating: 1
    • distance: 0.6km
    I ended up heading down this trail, Ben and Jerry's, with my neighbour last week. It's not particularly long or difficult, but it is something different if you're tired of some of the other easier cross country trails on the mountain. This trail begins at the north end of Dead Moped trail and continues to head northward down the mountain toward the Trans Canada Trail. Burnaby Mountain is located in BC, Canada about a 25 minute drive from downtown Vancouver.
    • Burnaby Mountain
    • Burnaby Mountain, Burnaby, Canada
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    • type: enduro, XC
    • steep rating: -1.5
    • technical rating: 1.5
    • distance: 1.4km
    In this video I celebrate a year of being on YouTube with a special video where I ride down Burnaby Mountain from the top to the bottom with my neighbour. I also mention how to improve the audio recorded from the GoPro Hero5. Thanks very everyone that has supported the channel thus far! Look forward to many more videos in the year to come. Burnaby Mountain is located in BC, Canada about a 25 minute drive from downtown Vancouver.
    • Griffen
    • Mount Fromme, North Vancouver, Canada
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    • type: XC
    • steep rating: -1
    • technical rating: 1.5
    • distance: 1.4km
    Griffen on Mount Fromme follows directly after Kirkford that I showed the other week. This North Shore blue trail is more technical XC than it is flow trail with multiple wood ladders, rocks and square-edge roots along the trail. It can be ridden in either way as it has only a slight downhill gradient. The trail ends on McNair drive, below the main gravel parking lot. Mount Fromme is located in North Vancouver, BC, Canada about a 25 minute drive from downtown Vancouver.
    • Kirkford
    • Mount Fromme, North Vancouver, Canada
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    • type: enduro, XC
    • steep rating: -1.5
    • technical rating: 1.5
    • distance: 0.5km
    Kirkford is another black trail on Mount Fromme with fantastic flow, tight turns, and some woodwork of it's own, including a log ride. Mount Fromme is located in North Vancouver, BC, Canada about a 25 minute drive from downtown Vancouver.
    • Crinkum-Crankum
    • Mount Fromme, North Vancouver, Canada
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    • type: enduro
    • steep rating: -2
    • technical rating: 2
    • distance: 0.5km
    If you enjoyed the many ladders of Leppard, then Crinkum-Crankum is the next step in your skill development as it ends with some really well-build steep ladders. It also happens to be the trail that directly follows Leppard and the trail that leads directly into Kirkford, another black trail on Mount Fromme with fantastic flow, tight turns, and some woodwork of it's own, including a log ride. Mount Fromme is located in North Vancouver, BC, Canada about a 25 minute drive from downtown Vancouver.
    • Leppard
    • Mount Fromme, North Vancouver, Canada
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    • type: XC, enduro
    • steep rating: 0
    • technical rating: 1.5
    • distance: 0.7km
    Leppard on Mount Fromme in the North Shore is a great trail for those wanting to get more exposure to ladders and woodwork. The trail is quite pedally and better for an XC bike, but also makes for a great connection between 7th Secret and Crinkum-Crankum. Mount Fromme is located in North Vancouver, BC, Canada about a 25 minute drive from downtown Vancouver.
    • Bobsled
    • Mount Fromme, North Vancouver, Canada
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    • type: XC, gravel
    • steep rating: -1
    • technical rating: 0.5
    • distance: 0.8km
    Bobsled is the first trail you should try on Mount Fromme if you're new to the sport or just looking for some fast fun. This trail is mostly smooth with beautifully shaped berms the whole way down. There is a drop skills area half way down, which adds some variety for those looking for more of a challenge. This trail starts off to the left of the main Fromme gravel access road and ends very near the main parking lot at the base of the mountain biking trails. Mount Fromme is located in North Vancouver, BC, Canada about a 25 minute drive from downtown Vancouver.
    • Northridge Connector
    • Valleycliffe, Squamish, Canada
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    • type: gravel, XC
    • steep rating: 0
    • technical rating: 0
    • distance: 0.8km
    The Northridge Connector is the best way to get from Valleycliffe back to the Brennan Park Recreation Centre. It also happens to be mostly a hiking trail. The end of this video shows how to get there and what to expect going down it.
    • Endo
    • Valleycliffe, Squamish, Canada
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    • type: XC
    • steep rating: -1
    • technical rating: 1
    • distance: 0.8km
    Endo in Squamish, BC starts right after the end of the Graduate, which I showed a few weeks back and continues the fun smooth XC trend. It's fairly short with no really technical features except for perhaps the entrance which is a really unique ladder ride over a fallen tree. Squamish is located in BC, Canada about a 50 minute drive from downtown Vancouver.
    • Spencer's Big Gay Ride
    • Valleycliffe, Squamish, Canada
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    • type: XC, enduro
    • steep rating: -2
    • technical rating: 2
    • distance: 1.2km
    Spencer's Big Gay RIde is a mostly XC singletrack trail with some rock faces scattered throughout....some big, some short and steep. Aside from the very end which is an uphill, the rest of the trail is super fun descent. This trail starts at the top of Sweeter the Barry and ends at the top of 3 Virgins. Squamish is located in BC, Canada about a 50 minute drive from downtown Vancouver.
    • Farside
    • Valleycliffe, Squamish, Canada
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    • type: XC, enduro
    • steep rating: 2
    • technical rating: 1
    • distance: 0.4km
    Fartherside is accessed via Farside both of which have a really long steep uphill. But near the middle of Fartherside you are rewarded with a fantastic blue flow trail that winds through the lush forest. At the end of Fartherside you have the option to head left back to Valleycliffe via the green S&M connector or right up some more blues in the area. Squamish is located in BC, Canada about a 50 minute drive from downtown Vancouver.
    • Fartherside
    • Valleycliffe, Squamish, Canada
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    • type: XC, enduro
    • steep rating: 2
    • technical rating: 1
    • distance: 1.8km
    Fartherside is accessed via Farside both of which have a really long steep uphill. But near the middle of Fartherside you are rewarded with a fantastic blue flow trail that winds through the lush forest. At the end of Fartherside you have the option to head left back to Valleycliffe via the green S&M connector or right up some more blues in the area. Squamish is located in BC, Canada about a 50 minute drive from downtown Vancouver.
    • The Graduate
    • Valleycliffe, Squamish, Canada
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    • type: XC
    • steep rating: -1
    • technical rating: 1
    • distance: 0.7km
    Today I bring you two shortish trails in Squamish located in the Valleycliffe/Crumpit Woods area in the southern part of the city. These are both smooth XC trails with a few relatively wide ladder sections. 3 Virgins leads right into The Graduate and starts at the end of Spencer's Big Gay Ride. The Graduate flows perfectly into Endo that leads out of the Valleycliffe area. Squamish is located in BC, Canada about a 50 minute drive from downtown Vancouver.
    • 3 Virgins
    • Valleycliffe, Squamish, Canada
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    • type: XC
    • steep rating: -1
    • technical rating: 1
    • distance: 0.3km
    Today I bring you two shortish trails in Squamish located in the Valleycliffe/Crumpit Woods area in the southern part of the city. These are both smooth XC trails with a few relatively wide ladder sections. 3 Virgins leads right into The Graduate and starts at the end of Spencer's Big Gay Ride. The Graduate flows perfectly into Endo that leads out of the Valleycliffe area. Squamish is located in BC, Canada about a 50 minute drive from downtown Vancouver.
    • Bonsai
    • Diamond Head, Squamish, Canada
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    • type: XC
    • steep rating: 2
    • technical rating: 2
    • distance: 0.6km
    This is the normal MTB climb trail to get to Somewhere Over There and Unrelated Dead Guys. It is steep with several technical features, but it is rideable if you choose your line right.
    • SOT Alt Ending
    • Diamond Head, Squamish, Canada
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    • type: enduro
    • steep rating: -2
    • technical rating: 2
    • distance: 0.4km
    This alternate ending to Somewhere Over there avoids the uphill, has some nice slabs and a large drop, however, there slabs are slick, the rocks are sharp and the drop is janky. You decide whether it's better than the normal ending. This trail starts about 3/4 down Somewhere Over There and ends on the Powerhouse Access Road.
    • Unrelated Dead Guys
    • Diamond Head, Squamish, Canada
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    • type: enduro
    • steep rating: -2.5
    • technical rating: 2.5
    • distance: 0.6km
    Unrelated Dead Guys is a short trail but it packs a lot into it. After turning right rather than left at the top of Somewhere Over There, you are faced with a very technical trail with several steep rock rolls, most mandatory. There is also happens to be a beautiful lookout that overlooks Squamish Valley about half way down the trail. The trail ends by intersecting Somewhere Over There just before the 'drunken bridge'. Squamish is located in BC, Canada about a 50 minute drive from downtown Vancouver.
    • Somewhere Over There
    • Diamond Head, Squamish, Canada
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    • type: enduro
    • steep rating: -2.5
    • technical rating: 2.5
    • distance: 1.8km
    Somewhere Over There is my favorite trail and I think the best black trail in Squamish. It starts with a huge rock and then has janky flow, several long ladders and steep slabs scattered throughout making for a really good challenge. It unfortunately isn't easily accessible, but the ride to get there up Bonsai is worth it. Squamish is located in BC, Canada about a 50 minute drive from downtown Vancouver.
    • Bonsai North
    • Lava Flow, Squamish, Canada
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    • type: XC
    • steep rating: 2.5
    • technical rating: 2
    • distance: 0.6km
    Power-Hoods starts just after the entrance to Powerhouse Plunge and is a great downhill connector to my favorite trail in Squamish. At the end of it is Bonsai, Bonsai North and Hoods in the Woods of which I rode up Bonsai North to see what it's like.....gotta go up if I wanna go down. Bonsai North is not the preferred climb trail, compared with Bonsai, as it might have motorbikes coming down it, but still good to know what's up it. Squamish is located in BC, Canada about a 50 minute drive from downtown Vancouver.
    • Power-Hoods
    • Lava Flow, Squamish, Canada
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    • type: enduro, XC
    • steep rating: -2
    • technical rating: 1.5
    • distance: 0.2km
    Power-Hoods starts just after the entrance to Powerhouse Plunge and is a great downhill connector to my favorite trail in Squamish. At the end of it is Bonsai, Bonsai North and Hoods in the Woods of which I rode up Bonsai North to see what it's like.....gotta go up if I wanna go down. Bonsai North is not the preferred climb trail, compared with Bonsai, as it might have motorbikes coming down it, but still good to know what's up it. Squamish is located in BC, Canada about a 50 minute drive from downtown Vancouver.
    • Seven Up
    • Alice Lake & Highlands, Squamish, Canada
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    • type: enduro
    • steep rating: -1.5
    • technical rating: 1.5
    • distance: 0.8km
    Seven up is a dirt jump trail that starts with a really long XC connector almost making you think the trail is easy. However, once you get to the jumps there are blue and black features depending on your line choice including small tabletops, ladder drop and a huge gap jump. This trail starts just south of the exit from Lumberjack's and ends in a residential neighbourhood near the shopping center. Squamish is located in BC, Canada about a 50 minute drive from downtown Vancouver.
    • Poop Alley
    • Diamond Head, Squamish, Canada
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    • type: XC
    • steep rating: -1
    • technical rating: 1
    • distance: 0.8km
    Poop Alley in Squamish, BC is actually quite a beautiful XC trail. This trail is not very technical and instead can be used as a more interesting connector between the end of Hoods in the Woods or Somewhere Over There and Quest University. Just watch out for dirtbikes as this is a shared trail. Squamish is located in BC, Canada about a 50 minute drive from downtown Vancouver.
    • Mad Hatter
    • Alice Lake & Highlands, Squamish, Canada
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    • type: XC
    • steep rating: -1
    • technical rating: 1
    • distance: 2.3km
    Top Mad Hatter and Mad Hatter are two trails in Squamish that while sharing a name, share no resemblance to each other. Top Mad Hatter is a beautiful blue flow trail, while the not-top Mad Hatter is a covered in small roots making for a very bumpy XC ride. These trails start at the end of a very long climb on a very remote access road, and end near the top of Rob's Corners along Ed's Bypass. Squamish is located in BC, Canada about a 50 minute drive from downtown Vancouver.
    • Fool's Gold
    • Diamond Head, Squamish, Canada
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    • type: XC
    • steep rating: -1
    • technical rating: 1
    • distance: 0.5km
    Another Man's Gold and Fool's Gold are two blue flow trails in Squamish that so much fun to ride! You can also really get moving quick on them. Another Man's Gold has little rollers all the way down the trail that you can pop off or use to pump, and also ends in a slightly more technical descent than Fool's Gold. The trailhead for both is by the upper parking lot and both end on Ring Creek Rip. Squamish is located in BC, Canada about a 50 minute drive from downtown Vancouver.
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