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Kill Me, Thrill Me Professional Review and Guide
"This trail is located in whistler. If you're an expert rider looking for a fun, technical challenge, this 5.84 km (3.5 miles) one way singletrack is an absolute must. The gradients are moderate, but the nonstop nature of the challenges makes this one of the most enjoyable rides in the Whistler area. It isn't a place for novices, though. some of the drops are serious, with the potential to do serious damage. What is most enjoyable is the fact that the trail is rideable but constantly surprises you with new challenges."
--Ward Cameron, Mountain Bike! Southwestern British Columbia (Ward Cameron Enterprises).
This trail is pretty rad but it could use a some minor work That said it just barely opened so it will likely get it. There are some big roll downs that are particularly difficult on a dry day. Some great technical climbnng before you get in the meat of descending.
This is an excellent local ride not far from the heart of Whistler. It's technical with some good climbing, but it is short. There are some steep sections, but it's all manageable for the advanced rider. I highly recommend this as a quiet alternative to the lift-services trails of the Whistler Bike Park.
Amazing, what a nice and challenging ride! Located at approx. 4 miles from Whistler I was happy to have met this local at the bike shop who warmly recommend me to try this trail. It's not a very lenghtly ride but if you're in the area you HAVE to ride it. The first part is a small gear section but a nice and narrow singletrack. Then the rest of the trail is up and down and keep you nice surprised after each corner, so stay aware! I'm an experienced mountain biker and I would say that this trail is one of the best I did.
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