Mt. Seymour, North Shore, British Columbia, Canada
Some sections of Pangor are dirty and smooth and others are rocked-in (armoured), but Pangor is really all about the technical trail features. It has some of the best, challenging, low to the ground skinny log rides and ladders that you’ll find on the North Shore. Some of them are only 6 to inches wide and about a foot off the ground, so Pangor is the perfect place to improve your balance. The consequences for falling here is much lower than on other trails. The great part is that the skinnies often curve gently or turn sharply making it a real challenge to ride them in one go without falling or grabbing a tree for balance along the way. None of them are mandatory either so beginners can walk or ride around anything they find too challenging. After a few rides some of these features won't be as difficult, but come back after it has rained and the woodwork will be a little bit slippery but still fun to ride.
There is only one steep section near the end of the trail and it is easily walked if you think it will be too difficult to ride. This section has many different route options, from a steep, skinny log ride, to rock rolls, drops, and a less intimidating rocked-in ride around, so you can keep challenging yourself, or ride within your comfort zone.