Stupid Grouse

West Vancouver, British Columbia

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This trail is located in the city of West Vancouver. Combined with the Panorama Climb creates a 1.3 mile loop. Stupid Grouse is a great intermediate-level technical ride. This 0.94 km (0.59 mile) singletrack drops you down from the second switchback on Cypress Bowl Road along a winding singletrack through a dense, mossy forest. Although the trail is technical, it is rideable by solid intermediate cyclists as long as they are comfortable with short verticals. Another nice thing about this ride is the mossy carpet through the trees. It takes away some of the dire consequences of error present on so many north shore rides. Though the meter-thick trees won't move far, at least the ground is a little softer.

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"This trail is located in the city of West Vancouver. Combined with the Panorama Climb creates a 1.3 mile loop. Stupid Grouse is a great intermediate-level technical ride. This 0.94 km (0.59 mile) singletrack drops you down from the second switchback on Cypress Bowl Road along a winding singletrack through a dense, mossy forest.

Although the trail is technical, it is rideable by solid intermediate cyclists as long as they are comfortable with short verticals. Another nice thing about this ride is the mossy carpet through the trees. It takes away some of the dire consequences of error present on so many north shore rides. Though the meter-thick trees won't move far, at least the ground is a little softer."

Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: West Vancouver
Distance: 1.3
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Technical Difficulty: Moderate
Physical Difficulty: Easy
Season: Avoid during wet weather.
Trailhead Elevation: 1,410 feet
Top Elevation: feet
Local Maps: NTS 92 G / 6 North Vancouver
Driving Directions: Directions to Stupid Grouse

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May 2018