Blue Mountain has over 120 KM of trails – all maintained by volunteers. There are work parties held usually about monthly (see forum or Facebook for dates) – the work parties are vital to the maintenance of the trails. It’s hard work, but very rewarding and a great opportunity to socialize with other riders.
Each trail has a trail rating. Some trails may have different ratings, depending on whether you’re going ‘up’ or ‘down’ the trail. Some trails are specified as ‘downhill only’, and some trails are downhill only in wet conditions. It’s very important that you:
- Don’t attempt a trail that’s well beyond your (or your bike’s) capabilities – sitting and spinning the tire just tears up the trail and makes more work for the volunteers when they go out to maintain the trails.
- Obey the signs about downhill only etc.
- Avoid riding in the ruts – this will just make them worse and cause more damage to the trail. Wherever possible, ride on the trail out of the rut.
- If you stop to roll some rocks off the trail, please ensure you don’t put the rocks in the drainage ditches that have been created to help with the water runoff.
Easy: An ‘easy’ trail at Blue Mountain is usually still generally considered a challenging trail for novice riders.
Moderate: More challenging than Easy
Hard: Even more challenging than Moderate – will typically require an experienced ride to complete
Expert: Trails reserved for very experienced/expert riders.
For new members, please download and read the Welcome Package:
Download the Zip file to get PDF, GPX and KML (Google Earth) format maps:
KML, GPX and PDF formats (latest version – 2020A): McNutt Trail Map 2020A
TrailForks Map link:
Each link below takes you to more detailed info about that trail, with a map link (zoomed in to the area where the trail is) and often links to youtube videos of the trail.
List of trails: