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Level: Intermediate
Length: 20 mi (32.2 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +378/ -379 ft
Total: 29 riders

Mountain Biking Cumberland

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#13 of 1,379 mountain bike trails in British Columbia
#1,813 in the world

Loads of fun trails for all levels of experience. Mostly XC trails for more downhill check out Forbidden Plateau. For extra trail info, stop in at Dodge City Cycle, donate some money and get the trail maps.

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Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
Get off the Inland highway to Cumberland, head into downtown Cumberland, make a right at Dunsmuir Ave, then make a left on Sutton Rd and park right at the first big Parkin lot on the corner of Sutton and Dunsmuir. From there bike into the trails which is behind a gate about 100m down sutton rd at the bend.
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  • Glenn Boccini Nincheri

    Fantastic biking town, friendly people, great places to eat. The trail system is similar to Kindom Trails and truly supported by the local admin as well as locals.

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  • roadrunner1974

    Ranging from blue trail which are intermediate to breakneck black diamond trail... The choice is yours... It is by far the best mountain bike network trails on the island... Every single trail can be ridden by beginners/intermediate, the difference is the amount of dismount and speed one will have to do in order to go from point A to point B...
    I'm nowhere an expert and I ride black all the time, I dismount when it is too steep or too difficult and ride what I can and have a blast at it...
    It's all in how you perceive your abilities and limit yourself... There is a way around every obstacle and there is always someone there to help as the trails are well traveled... Best of all, enjoy the magnificent views that costal mountain range provides!

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  • aaen

    I would disagree with this being intermediate. It is a trail network that has trails ranging from beginner to expert, one just has to know where to look and follow the maps. Actually the entire island is fantastic. Other areas to check out are forbidden plateau(10mins from Cumberland) doumontnin Nanaimo or Sooke just up the west coast of the island from Victoria/Langford.

    That being said this is by far the best mountain biking place I have ever been. From the amazing food, atmosphere to decent accommodations the place is great. And now that the riders pizza has or is becoming a microbrewery, one does not always have to stop at the Cumberland hotel after the ride for a beverage.

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  • *****

    Some of the best rideing in North America stop at dodge city cycles along the way and get a map you could spend days out here everything from basic to pro and beyond can't say enough well worth spending a weekend here this little area and town are all about bikeing in every way

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