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The Poop Chute

Average Rating:    (5 of 5)

No. of Reviews: 2

Starts off fairly steep, very muddy! Most of the trail from top to bottom to bottom has a small stream running on or near it! On the top half there are several rockey sections. Also, scattered throughout are off-camber grassy corners and near the end some rollers. Several logs to duck or hop on the trail!
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Trail Directions
Go North from Creston from main street and don't turn off the main road at all until near Wyndell, where on your right there is a wide black ashfalt road that starts on sort of a switchback, with barriers on the first corner that are noticable. Contine to go up the paved road until you are at a junction which has a gravel road on the right, then take that gravel road. Then, after following that gravel road for some time, there will be a 3-way junction and continue to your right, this will be a much more mountain-like rugged road. Continue up this road for about two kimometers just before the final switchback to the top there is a slight clearing to your left and the trailhead is to your right. I know these directions aren't very clear but if you're in the area and want to ride it then e-mail me! ryane_35@hotmail.com
Trail Length
2 miles
Trail Level
Advanced
Trail Type
Singletrack
City/County
Creston
   


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Review Date
February 18, 2003

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: Ty , from Langley BC

Summary:
All the trails, no matter which one you take, are steep, fast, and narrow. Some local riders are working on jumps and ladders near the bottom. Lower your seat, ride the back tire, and keep your head up!!

Recommended Route:
Follow the road up until you're about 2 km from the top. There'll be a marked trailhead on your left, continue up for another 4 or 5 mins, then drop down and right into a small creek bed. The trail splits a dozzen times on the way down, but always seems to come out near the hospital (which sometimes might be a good thing)



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Review Date
July 8, 1999

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a month

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Reviewed by: Ryan , from Creston, BC, Canada

Summary:
Pretty technical, especially at some rockey sections, DH trail! I ride it on my hardtail so don't worry about having an FS rig for this, confidence is everything.

Recommended Route:
Follow the mud to the bottom!

Other recommended trails in the same area:
There are several and I'm discovering more, when there are some more legitimate ones I get to know I will post them



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