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White Track

Average Rating:    (4.38 of 5)

No. of Reviews: 16

At the White Track Ski area, park at the far parking lot, go south along the east side of the hill, and soon you will see a whole bunch of trails branching off on the south side of the hill. *** For your info, there will be a 2000 Canada Cup at this site.
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Latitude
50.3734961443035
Longitude
-105.556640625
Trail Directions
Take the TransCanada highway west from Regina or east from Moose Jaw. About five KMs from Moose Jaw there will be a big sign showing the turnoff to the Buffalo Pound Prov. Park. Go north at this exit and take this highway straight into the Prov. Park. The entry fee is $5 per vehicle and turn right just before you descend the hill into the park.
Trail Length
10 miles
Trail Level
Intermediate
Trail Type
Singletrack
City/County
Moose Jaw
   


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Review Date
July 12, 2013

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Aerobic Difficulty
 4 of 5

Technical Difficulty
 3 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a month

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Reviewed by: gregg ,  Cross Country Rider

Summary:
test

Recommended Route:
test

Other recommended trails in the same area:
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Review Date
August 31, 2012

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Aerobic Difficulty
 3 of 5

Technical Difficulty
 3 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a month

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Reviewed by: Jim ,  Weekend Warrior

Summary:
I see that nobody has posted a review for a number of years now - too bad. The guys I ride with are old codgers - like myself (late 50s and early 60s). We rode White Track for the first time about 6 weeks ago - when we could be considered as novices (which is below a begginer). My buddy and I are avid and advanced skiers (we regularly ski the black diamond runs) so really appreciated the signage (green for begginer, blue for intermediate and black for advanced). Well, to make a long story short we figured that we should bypass the greens and go directly into the blues and blacks - WRONG - big mistake!! We got onto runs that were WAY over our heads and learned a good lesson - don't be stupid ... practice ... watch videos of mountain biking ... practice ... then go hit the green runs. We were beaten ... bloody (my bud impaled himself on his rear sprocket) and tired ... but ... had room for a couple of beers and great stories to tell our grandchildren (but not our wives of course) afterwards. Anyways, just last week, after 5 weeks of practising and getting into more single track riding, we hit White Track again. We stuck to the greens and had a hoot!! We'll be going back again for sure and exploring much more (and keeping safer and within our abilities as well). I would recommend White Track to riders who have the bikes that can handle this sort of thing and for begginer to advanced riders (although I wouldn't really know as I am still a begginer). Another nice area is Nicole Flats - this is a very nice ride for novice and begginers (we really like it). Intermediate or above riders may find this boring but you do learn some pretty interesting facts about buffalo and the kinds of different wildlife that exist within this ecosystem. Whatever you do ... ride safe. When you get to be our age if the trail looks too scarey then maybe it is and, when in doubt, walk your bike;-)

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Nicole Flats



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Review Date
April 13, 2002

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a month

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Reviewed by: Jordan Holman , from Regina

Summary:
It's all Saskatchewan riding of course, so the scale of goodliness must be adjusted. However, white track is a very nice place to ride, and in the trees the singletrack is very fun at all times. There are also one long windin section with many drops and low overhead trees, making for an unexpected challenge. That said, you should also go to the Greenroom...for a laugh. Go to the top of the Heaven trail, cross the road, and go into the trees on the other side. The stunts in the greenroom are so poorly planned and built that nobody with a respect for their body would ride them. Now, before I get slandered by the Moose Jaw guys who built this stuff, keep in mind that I spent the summer riding in Salmon Arm, Kamloops, Sun Peaks, and Silver Star. I rode bigger and longer stunts there than I have here, but the difference was that they were well built, so if you rode them properly you had a chance. Come on Greenroom guys...

Recommended Route:
The trails emanating from the campground near the base of the ski hill. NOT the greenroom, here's why...



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Review Date
April 13, 2002

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a month

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Reviewed by: Jordan Holman , from Regina

Summary:
It's all Saskatchewan riding of course, so the scale of goodliness must be adjusted. However, white track is a very nice place to ride, and in the trees the singletrack is very fun at all times. There are also one long windin section with many drops and low overhead trees, making for an unexpected challenge. That said, you should also go to the Greenroom...for a laugh. Go to the top of the Heaven trail, cross the road, and go into the trees on the other side. The stunts in the greenroom are so poorly planned and built that nobody with a respect for their body would ride them. Now, before I get slandered by the Moose Jaw guys who built this stuff, keep in mind that I spent the summer riding in Salmon Arm, Kamloops, Sun Peaks, and Silver Star. I rode bigger and longer stunts there than I have here, but the difference was that they were well built, so if you rode them properly you had a chance. Come on Greenroom guys...

Recommended Route:
The trails emanating from the campground near the base of the ski hill. NOT the greenroom, here's why...



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Review Date
November 23, 2000

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: dane roy , from moose jaw

Summary:
Green room needs to be planned out better.

Recommended Route:
heaven, big gulp(roots) and a new trail me and my buddy pixie found called kool aid.Green room is awesome too.



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