Mel's Dilemma

Whistler, British Columbia

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This trail is located in Whistler. Mel's Dilemma, like Cut Yer Bars, is a tight network of trails allowing you to play within a confined area for as long as you please. It's not a trail system with any particular destination in mind, and the actual distance covered is not great. The network is bordered on the south by the Alta Lake Road and the east by Alpine Way and Forest Ridge Drive, so there is little potential to get lost. Just immerse yourself in the trails and when you have had enough, head down the slope and you'll eventually emerge along Alta Lake Road or at the end of Forest Ridge Drive.
Mountain Bike! Southwestern British Columbia

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Mountain Bike! Southwestern British Columbia

by Ward Cameron (Ward Cameron Enterprises)

This trail is located in Whistler. Mel's Dilemma, like Cut Yer Bars, is a tight network of trails allowing you to play within a confined area for as long as you please. It's not a trail system with any particular destination in mind, and the actual distance covered is not great.

The network is bordered on the south by the Alta Lake Road and the east by Alpine Way and Forest Ridge Drive, so there is little potential to get lost. Just immerse yourself in the trails and when you have had enough, head down the slope and you'll eventually emerge along Alta Lake Road or at the end of Forest Ridge Drive.

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Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Whistler
Elevation Gain: 197 feet
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Technical Difficulty: Easy to Difficult
Physical Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult
Season: April to October
Local Contacts: Whistler Off-Road Cycling Association, 604-938-9893
Local Maps: NTS 92 J / 2 Whistler, Whistler Area Mountain Biking & Recreation Map
Driving Directions: Directions to Mel's Dilemma

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May 2018