Beam Me Up (313 m): Beginner
This is a short beginner x-country singletrack trail.
Business Time (363 m): Intermediate
Business time is a fun all-mountain intermediate trail with a number of Technical Trail Features (TTFs).
Fo’Shore (250 m): Advanced
A fun trail influenced by the North Shore style of riding and littered with TTFs.
Flow Master (536 m): Intermediate – Advanced
A flowy downhill trail with loads of berms and jumps.
Gulley (1.2 km): Intermediate
The Gulley is a singletrack intermediate trail best used to access the Happy Creek Trail System.
Jodoin’s Journey (778 m): Beginner
A fun singletrack uphill trail used to access the majority of the trails in the area.
Mid Access (199 m): Beginner
One takes the mid access trail to begin their descent down Slope Wars or Fo’ Shore.
Permiter Trail (274 m): Beginner
A fun x-country singletrack trail that hugs the bike park perimeter.
Slope Wars (172 m): Expert
A sweet slope style/freeride trail with many TTFs (large wall ride included) and huge table tops.
Okey Spokey (192 m): Beginner
A short x-country singletrack trail great for linking up with trails including Totally Lost.
Cougar Ride (502 m): Beginner
A great beginner x-country singletrack trail that may be combined with other x-country trails in the area to form a fun loop.
The Hinton Bike Park offers something for every level and ability. Bring your x-country bike to cruise the short, but fun, trails located in the park or bring your jump bike to play on in the dirt jumps area. An all mountain or downhill bike will be loads of fun on Fo’ Shore and Slope Wars.
Jay Hoots designed and built the Hinton bike park, which may be no surprise to anyone who’s ridden here as Jay’s North Shore influence can be seen throughout the park and on trails like Fo’ Shore.