Great trails for mountain biking. In the winter, they serve as ski/snowshoe
trails, but open for hiking and biking all summer. Many different trails to
bike, no matter what your level of expertise. BREIA maintains these trails
very, very well, and the Egypt Rd. set of trails is only one of three trail
groups they service. There are maps on the trailhead, along with a sign in
sheet, and the maps are very easy to follow.
The Rim Trail is great for beginners, and have multiple "gullies" of of it to
scratch the "downhill itch". The gullies drop into the Creek View Trail, which
is mostly level.
The Glacier Trail is labeled "intermediate", along with the Link Trail, which
puts you on the Great Trail, having a few more trail systems off of that as
well. The Intermediate trails are more ups and downs, and some run back
and forth under power lines.
All trails are mostly double-track, with a few single-track sections, however
the trail sections by the power lines are more of ATV trails.
A lot of roots which is very nice after you climb for half a mile then from there it's all down hillThank |
The only reason I gave this trail 3 stars was because there was a parking lot. The rest was poor. I started out on cherry tree which was labeled as intermediate it should have been impossible. The trail was made up of large moguls that were so steep they would hit my chain sprocket. My tires sunk a foot in the mud bogs so had to hike a bike more than bike a bike. The rest of the trails were poorly marked and not very difficult at all.Thank |