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Blue Mountain

Average Rating:    (5 of 5)

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Mostly advanced and extreme trails, if you know where you're going. Head up to the top of the fireroad (takes a VERY long time, give a try biking a bit of it for you health's sake). Turn left by the powerlines, then head on till you get to the first singletrack. This is where the fun begins. Mostly singletrack all the way down. Takes at least 2-3 hours to get down if you try most of the trails. Also, you could have gone up farther PAST the powerlines and turned left, then went many miles along that bad tail/road. At that point, where it curves a bit up, there is a trail called The Chute. It is IMO the craziest, best trail on the mountain. The Chute is not accessible in the winter because of 5-10 feet of snow in the first part of the road leading up to it (who knows how much at the top). The whole mountain is very muddy in the winter, and full of annoying dirtbikers. Still pretty good.
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Latitude
49.25077560316286
Longitude
-122.48279571533203
Trail Directions
Take the ferry across, turn right and head on to McNutt road. If you're asking for directions from the locals, keep in mind they normally call the mountain "McNutt" simply because of the road.
Trail Length
Many, many miles
Trail Level
Extreme
Trail Type
Singletrack & Fire Roads
City/County
Maple Ridge
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Review Date
September 4, 1999

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: Adachi , from Mission

Summary:
McNutt trail description are here. These routes are worth a visit.

Recommended Route:
Humphill



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