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Moo Moo Farm

Average Rating:    (4 of 5)

No. of Reviews: 1

Its not a really challenging trail but never the less its fun. Further south, on top of the ridge is flat meadow, but you can go back down the hill into some area tree'd over area. Its fun to explore, although not exactly a defined trail. i'll take you a while just to get to the top of the hill, but you can also do some mud slickin at the bottom where they've started to landscape(as long as theres no active machinery)
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Latitude
50.89902720065858
Longitude
-114.01731491088867
Trail Directions
First of all, back when me and a friend discovered this area, it was basically a farm, a herd of cows grazzing all over the place(thus "moo moo"); now its a developing community called "Cranston" Its in the south end of Fish Creek, On the other side of highway 22x, around Lake Sikome; only to get to your destination you have to be on the other side of the Bow river as sikome. you go under the bridge into what is now a landscaping area and an off leash area for dogs. follow the dirt road along the bow river. You'll get to storm suer drain and a big road goes up the hill, follow the road all the way up. Theres now a fense at the top, but the workers don't mind if you go over it. Once your over the fence the "to be" comunity is right ahead. Sometimes i like to play around on the big dirt piles further ahead after the workers are gone. But the real good part is further south, heading away from the comunity. Watch out for big, square holes or rectangular that are about 2.5 feet deep, some big enough to hold a casket!(don't ask)
Trail Length
continues as far south as you can see
Trail Level
Beginner
Trail Type
Singletrack & Fire Roads
City/County
Calgary
   


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Review Date
May 29, 2001

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a month

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Reviewed by: Shawn , from Calgary

Summary:
When you get up there expect some kick ass mud and a fun ride down the hill. If your really extreme go straight down the cliffed area. Dirt bike trails are fun.

Recommended Route:
Just do what the wise man said

Other recommended trails in the same area:
West end Fish Creek



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