Lower Secks Boy

West Vancouver, British Columbia

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This trail is located in West Vancouver, along Cypress Bowl Road. Lower S e x Boy is a place for expert riders to hone their techniques. It is short -- only 0.9 km (0.55 mile) long; has several access options; and loses 120 m (394 feet) in less than a kilometer (0.6 mile). The obstacles are constant, with little chance to recover from one drop before you find yourself negotiating the next. For riders that enjoy sheer, radical riding, this trail may be short, but it sure is sweet. Don't even think about riding this trail unless you are very comfortable with sheer vertical drops. Not only is the trail steep, but most of the elevation loss is in the form of sudden drops off ledges and logs.

Lower Secks Boy Professional Review and Guide

"This trail is located in West Vancouver, along Cypress Bowl Road. Lower S e x Boy is a place for expert riders to hone their techniques. It is short -- only 0.9 km (0.55 mile) long; has several access options; and loses 120 m (394 feet) in less than a kilometer (0.6 mile). The obstacles are constant, with little chance to recover from one drop before you find yourself negotiating the next.

For riders that enjoy sheer, radical riding, this trail may be short, but it sure is sweet. Don't even think about riding this trail unless you are very comfortable with sheer vertical drops. Not only is the trail steep, but most of the elevation loss is in the form of sudden drops off ledges and logs."

Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: West Vancouver
Distance: 1.1
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Technical Difficulty: Difficult
Physical Difficulty: Easy
Season: Avoid during snow and wet weather.
Trailhead Elevation: 1,312 feet
Top Elevation: 1,312 feet
Local Contacts: BC Parks, District Manager
Local Maps: NTS 92 G / 6 North Vancouver
Driving Directions: Directions to Lower Secks Boy

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May 2018