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40 7 UP (700M) Take this trail up from the Rotary trails to access Berminator and Schacher trails.

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45 REFLECTION LAKE (1.4KM) One of the main Mtn Shadows entrance trails. A nice climb with a few steeper cruxes.

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50 HUFF & PUFF (1KM) Rides both ways; More commonly ridden downhill north to Quenton’s which connects to Roller Coaster or Chute the Duck as an exit route to town.

Starred Trails

51 MAGIC DRAGON (1.4KM) More commonly ridden south to north leading into Huff and Puff.

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Drive time distance6 to Golden:

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6 Calgary: 3 hours (265 31A km) Banff: 1.5 hours New (140 km) Denver(83 km) Lake Valhalla Louise: 1 hour Kaslo Ferry Revelstoke: 2 hours (149 31km) Kokanee Kelowna: 4 hours (348 km) Spokane:66 hours (548 3A km) Ferry

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Local entertainment, a food concession, beer garden and an expo featuring local vendors will create a festival atmosphere that will be enjoyed by spectators and participants alike. For more information visit www.golden24.ca

Stages Cycling - Trans BC 6 Day Enduro July 12th & 13th

Golden will host days 3 and 4 of the Stages Cycling - Trans BC 6 Day Enduro Race, offering unsurpassed riding views, and a warm community welcome. For more information visit: www.transbcenduro.com

Western Open July 21st – 23rd

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Join TransRockies Events for their annual Golden 24 endurance mountain bike event, featuring 10, 5 and 2 person team categories as well as a solo option for those who are up to the really big challenge.

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In addition, the authors and publisher caution users of this map that there may be private property or restricted areas which have not been delineated and all users of this map acknowledge that they will be fully responsible for any breach of municipal, provincial, federal or common law concerning these lands.

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tourismgolden.com or call 1-800-622-4653

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MOUNT 7 Trails

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54 ROCK ABOUT (2.1KM) Get your rocks off on this epic piece of bench-cut trail and switchbacks. This trail climbs to the highest elevation in the Shadows system. The rocky sections at the north end are challenging in both directions.

For accommodation information visit:

Golden to Lake Louise: 83 km Lake Louise to Radium: 128 km Radium to Golden: 105 km TOTAL KM: 316

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82 B52 (500M) XC A fun trail off of Schacher with a few jumps. One way trail that exits at the entrance to 5K.

53 TRIAL & ERROR (1.6KM) Rides both ways. Fast straight line XC on the upper section, and some technical rock bluffs on the lower section.

Golden is known as a spectacular recreation playground. Enjoying what Golden has to offer is even better after a great night’s sleep and we have a wide range of accommodations to suit every budget, group size and location.

Kootenay National Park

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81 THE SCHACHER (3.9KM) XC The climbing trail for Mt 7. Excellent climb and fun down. Yield to uphill riders.

52 CLIFF SIDE (1.3KM) Rides both directions. Steep, technical and aesthetic climbing both ways are rewarded by spectacular views of the Columbia Valley wetlands.

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80 WOODLOT RIDE (2.3KM) XC Nice rideable alternative to the road. Can ride both ways. Respect the woodlot and stay on the trail.

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79 KAMIKAZE (240M) DH Steep ride into the campground.

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49 KOBE’S (2KM) Rides well in both directions; The climb from the north is technical. Negotiates some attractive rock bluffs. A good approach for the upper level trails such as Rock About.

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48 ROLLER COASTER (670M) Downhill only, a series of steep berms down a gully.

The condition of the trails and roads contained on these maps are subject to change without warning or notice. Users must exercise extreme caution at all times and be aware of potential dangers such as poor weather/road conditions or unexpected traffic. The authors and publisher of this map play no part in the maintenance and/or supervision of the trails and roads. They assume no liability whatsoever for any loss or damage to person or property arising from the use of the trails and roads contained on this map.

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47 CHUTE THE DUCK (570M) A grunt of a climb or a fun, flowy downhill exit.

Ride on open trails only. Leave no trace. Control your bicycle. Always yield trail to up hill rider. Never scare animals. No cutting trees. Ride, don't slide. Please park in designated parking lots only and respect all private land notices.

Elko

Roosville

The Western Open is part of the Alberta Race Series as well as the BC Cup Series. The Western Open will also be the host of the 2017 BC Provincials. Registration for the event will go live in Feb via www.ccnbikes.com

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78 B12 (3.1KM) DH Steep, fast, and narrow. Some smaller stunts. Slippery when wet. Watch the clay surfaces. Great views of the Kicking Horse Canyon. Big bridge crossing. Ends with Kamikaze down to the municipal campground.

67 3K (AKA TRUE VALUE) (730M) DH Fast loop, great descent. Starts at 3K and ends with Tailgate and Snake Hill.

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66 5K (1.8KM) DH Another 2K of great fun up from True Value. Some easier options at the hairier sections. Great views of Columbia Valley at trailhead.

46 QUENTON’S (1.3KM) Rides both ways, but more common from the south to the north. It is a classic singletrack with clear sight lines that is a great place to go for an after work quickie.

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75 BRIS (1KM) DH Branches off Erich’s. Steep and fun.

65 SKID MARKS (1.5KM) DH Fast ridge run. Watch for boulders, steeps, and very steeps! Awesome views, but keep your eyes on the trail if you’re coming down!

44 SELKIRK SLACKER (1.4KM) A fun access and exit traverse into the trail network.

Scott Thumlert

www.KickingHorseResort.com

74 ERICH’S (660M) DH Nice technical singletrack. Well built and safe bridge crossing.

64 MOONSHINE (1.2KM) DH The entry into Skid Marks. Fast singletrack with jumps. Wicked climb at the end to the ridge.

43 RODEO DRIVE (670M) Accessed from the Reflection Lake Road at the exit for Snake Hill. Use Rodeo Drive to wind up past the rodeo grounds to the start of Selkirk Slacker.

Please do your part to preserve and enhance our sport’s access and image by observing the following rules of the trail.

To Book Your Hotel Call: 1.866.SKI.KICK

73 10K (740M) DH Fast and sweet. Straight ahead for Erich’s or right onto Summit Trail to B12 and beyond…

63 SUMMIT (3.9KM) DH To the left of Dead Dog at monument. Classic singletrack traverse. Two “Y” drops onto Mt 7 FSR at 6K. Drop into B12, or hit road to 6K to traverse to easier part of B12; or stay on road to 5K or 3K.

42 BUSH PARTY (890M) Currently this is an access trail used to reach Berminator or Woodlot Ride.

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71 5K ALTERNATE (100M) DH

62 DEAD DOG (320M) DH Very steep off launch site. Start point of the “Mt 7 Pyschosis” DH Race. Fast and furious. Head down Skid Marks for major steeps or Summit for tamer trails.

41 BERMINATOR (760M) Full of tight hairpin berms. Wickedly fun. One-way trail.

Higher Ground Sports 4 Based in Golden BC, we promote outdoor adventures, provide professional bike servicing, guided tours and have a great selection of rental mountain bikes, townies and SUP’s. We stock a wide variety of biking gear, climbing gear, outdoor clothing and camping accessories for any adventures. We are open 7 days/week. 501 9th Avenue N 1-800-587-7980 www.highergroundsports.ca

There are no inconvenient shuttles to deal with here, only amazing gondola serviced terrain and lift accessed areas. There’s a restaurant at the top of the mountain with amazing mid-ride eats; there’s premium bike rentals, full service tech shop & equipment available in the resort’s plaza and super-friendly knowledgeable staff who will keep you happy in the saddle! Get up here! It’s time to get down.

69 TAIL GATE ALTERNATE (190M) DH

All DH trails are one way and their difficulty grading is reflective of DH standards. A blue DH is not equivalent to a blue XC.

39 PREMATURE EXCAVATION (440M) A short jump line trail. One way.

Golden Municipal Campground & RV Park 3 72 Sites, 32 with Power. On-site store, laundry, fire pits, hot showers, along the Kicking Horse River. Short walk to shopping, bars, restaurants and swimming pool. 1411 9th Street South 1-250-344-5412 www.goldenmunicipalcampground.com

68 TAIL GATE/SNAKE HILL (630M) DH Fast, bermed gully. A bobsled run. Watch for stumps.

Mount 7 is the real deal for downhill riding. One of the finest and most challenging downhill systems in Canada, Mount 7 sports 23km of hardcore downhill trails. While primarily a downhill network, Mount 7 is now developing XC rides such as Schacher.

The Mountain Shadows trails system offers 19km of technical singletrack riding accessed from the base of Mount 7. This network provides an all-mountain riding experience with rocks, roots, climbs and descents.

Derailed Sports 2 Golden’s Local Bike Shop. Quick professional service for all types of bikes. Carrying a great selection from Specialized, SantaCruz, Opus, Dakine, Giant, Kona, Spawn, TLD and more. Demo bikes now available. 804 Park Drive 1-250-439-9959 www.derailedsports.com

ATTENTION: DIRT JUNKIES, SINGLE TR ACK ROCK STARS & NEVER DUNNIT NEVER-EVERS THERE’S SOMETHING HERE FOR ALL OF YOU.

MOUNT 7 Trails

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MOUNTAIN SHADOWS Trails

Cedar House Restaurant & Chalets 1 Stay and play at the #1 Specialty Lodging in British Columbia on TripAdvisor. Come & relax with us at Cedar House Restaurant and Chalets where biking and hiking trails are at your doorstep. 735 Hefti Road 1-250-290-0001 www.CedarHouseChalets.com

BC Enduro Series East July 29th & 30th

Higher Ground Sports will be hosting the BC Enduro Series East to bring you one of the best mountain biking events of the season! For more information visit: www.bcenduro.com

Kicking Horse Cup

The Kicking Horse Cup 2017 is a 3 stage road race which includes an ITT Prologue, mass-start Kicking Horse Hill Climb and a tough Australian Pursuit Circuit Road Race. For more information visit www.kickinghorsecup.com

Totally Spoked Bike Fest

Bookmark www.totallyspokedgolden.com to check out our local athlete’s blog and to keep up to date with 2017 event schedules, Golden Cycling club activities and other information.

Visitor Services For that personal touch, there are multiple locations offering information services. The visitor services representatives at these locations will assist you with your inquiries and provide maps and other information. Visit www.tourismgolden.com/visitors for details. If you’re travelling without your own device, a digital kiosk providing access to tourismgolden.com is situated in the Glacier Mountaineer Lodge at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort.

Access the mobile web app to get Golden on the go. Visit tourismgolden.com on your mobile device or tablet and follow the prompt to add the web app to your home screen. Then just tap on the icon whenever you want quick access to ideas and information to help you create your own Golden experience.

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RECOMMENDED TRAIL LOOPS

The Moonraker and CBT trail systems offer over 84km of classic fast, flowy, singletrack riding with outstanding views. These trails are linked directly to downtown Golden by the 9km CBT Mainline trail. 12 ARROWHEAD (4.5KM) Arrowhead flows along a ridge. Rides well either direction. Popular with great views. 13 TONIGHT TEQUILA (3.2KM) This fast, singletrack passes through a great mix of terrain. The north end features a series of eight switchbacks as it ascends to Arrowhead.

804 Park Drive

Derailed Sports recommends:

501 9th Avenue North

Higher Ground Mountain Sports recommends:

Ride Time: 2 hours Distance: About 12km

CBT

Ride time: 2.5 - 3.5 hours Distance: About 22km

Moonrakers

Ride up CBT to the Powerline and cut over to Gold Rush. Ride Gold Rush south to Old Age. Go up Old Age to CBT and continue towards the top. Return via CBT, this time taking CBT all the way back to the Powerline. From the Powerline you can continue on CBT to the bottom or jump over to Gold Rush and ride down to Take it Easy.

From Cedar Lake take Arrowhead all the way to Bear Claw. Then over to Moonraker. Moonraker to Canyon Creek Lower lookout. Follow Bear Claw back to North Star, then up Better than Boston to Arrowhead’s mid-point. Take this to Barking Dog and back to Cedar Lake.

18 BARKING DOG (260M) Short sweet singletrack along Cedar 2 Lake which connects Arrowhead to Cedar Camp and named after a mutt called Max. 19 BETTER THAN BOSTON (2.0KM) This fast flowing singletrack connects Arrowhead to North Star. A good option for climbing back towards Cedar Lake.

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21 BEAR CLAW (2.5KM) You’ll find you use this trail to jump off of one trail to reach another at the south end of Moonrakers.

Easy Intermediate Difficult Most Difficult

23 DAM BYPASS (1.6KM) Rides fast in the direction towards the canyon. Or use it at the end of riding Canyon Creek trail.

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27 KLAHOWYA (2.2KM) New for 2017, GCC has renamed what was previously 2 trails into one name: Klahowya. Another great connector between Canyon Creek and Sander Lake. Rooty trail.

Entrance to Canyon Creek

28 MOONRAKER (1.3KM) Best ridden from north to south with a climb followed by a fast, fun roller coaster ride to the lower Canyon Creek lookout.

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9 ODANATA (1.8KM) A sweet trail that parallels Cedar Creek that can be used to access the Moonraker and Mainline networks. Rides fast in the south direction.

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101 SCALLI MAG TRAIL (4.0KM) Finally! Singletrack from KHMR to the Moonrakers.

Gate: vehicles cannot pass

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8 HYMENOPTERA (1.3KM) While it can be ridden entirely as a blue trail it is chalked full of black and double black options. Hips, jumps, drops, pumps. Go big or go small. One-way trail.

Canyon Creek Upper Lookout

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Golden Eagle Express Gondola is OPEN for Biking!

12 CHUTE TO VIEW

7 HEMIPTERA (3.6KM) An awesome addition to the CBT network. Great on it’s own, but also used to access to the Hymenoptera trail.

Fuez Bowl

Bowl Over

7 HOME RUN

6 MIGHTY QUINN (830M) This machine built, jump line is one way (no uphill traffic) and features lots of berms and rollers. You can roll over everything.

25 WAPITI RIDGE (2.3KM) New for 2017, GCC has renamed what was previously 3 trails into one name: Wapiti Ridge. A smooth route between the lower Canyon and Sander Lake. Crosses private land, so Ride with Respect.

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5 ALPINE MEADOWS (3.8KM) This double track, former skid road has plenty of room for novice riders. However it’s steep sections will have you breathing hard if you ride it up.

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4 OLD AGE AND TREACHERY (3.7KM) Combine this with Gold Rush for a great link up. Expect short technical sections above Cedar creek.

22 TOWER ROAD (1.1KM) Quicker than Bear Claw, but you’re not here to ride roads.

Eagle’s Eye & Gondola Top

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2 TAKE IT EASY (3.1KM) This trail works its way along the west bank of the Columbia River (watch the cliff edge) with little net elevation gain but lots of small ups and downs. Can be ridden as an out and back or as an exit for the Gold Rush trail.

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1 CBT MAINLINE (9.4KM) Very popular. An awesome 9k climb and a sweet down ride on the return. Watch for cyclists riding in the opposite direction.

Crystal Bowl (in red) is a sensitive alpine environment. Please stay on marked trails or riding privileges will be revoked.

Crystal Bowl

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3 GOLD RUSH (3.5KM) This trail is best ridden as 2 separate sections. For best value when riding up CBT, jump over to Gold Rush and ride it south to Old Age and onto upper CBT. On your eventual return, ride lower Gold Rush for a fun-filled sharply descending ride down to Take It Easy and back to town (this lower section is one way only).

20 TOMORROW WE RIDE (630M) A short alternate route at the south end of Tonight Tequila.

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17 CEDAR SNAG (4.7KM) Beautiful singletrack along Cedar 3 and 4 lakes. North end is rooty but can be avoided via a short connector.

For more recommended loops see the Signature Rides at GoldenCyclingClub.com/signature-rides/ or visit a local bike shop.

Kicking Horse Mountain Resort Bike Parks offers lift-assisted downhill riding and an array of stunts in the highest elevated downhill bike park in North America.

35 EASY OUT (350M) New. Provides a quick exit to Sternwheeler. Crosses Private Land. Ride with Respect.

16 NORTH STAR (3.7KM) Similar to Cedar Snag in terrain and aspect but with some steeper climbs.

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Selkirk Slacker to Reflection Lake Trail. Then Quentin’s to Kobe’s heading south. Right to ascend Huff & Puff. Right onto Magic Dragon to Trial & Error and then Rock About. Return on Trial & Error turning right to climb Magic Dragon. Follow Magic Dragon to Huff & Puff and through the cut block. Continue home following Chute the Duck to Selkirk Slacker to Snake Hill.

32 LSD (2.1KM) Steeper and more techy than the other Moonraker trails. Expect drops, skinnies, and slab. Not recommended for novice riders. Popular. One-way trail.

34 PRIVATE LANDS (590M) Connects Klahowya to Wapiti Ridge through private land. Ride with Respect.

15 CEDAR CAMP (1.6KM) A rolling trail along both Cedar 1 and Cedar 2 lakes. Cedar Camp provides a link to North Star and Cedar Snag.

Ride time: 1.5 – 2 hours Distance: About 13km

30 CANYON CREEK (5.6KM) The Golden classic. Starts with techy riding through Cedar giving way to stunning canyon views, fast lines, jumps and berms.

33 STERNWHEELER (1.2KM) The access trail up from Gudjonson Trailhead. A bit steep right out of the gate. Jump off halfway at 2% for an easier ride into the trail system.

14 2% (5.8KM) An old railway bed dating back to Golden’s logging past, this road provides an easier option connecting Sander Lake and the Cedar Lake trailhead.

Golden Cycling Club recommends:

Mountain Shadows

KICKING HORSE MOUNTAIN RESORT Trails

29 DEVIL’S SLIDE (880M) Short, but fast fun. Drops from the tower to Klahowya at a 10% grade. Ride only in downhill direction.

Stairway to Heaven

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