Distance: 332 m
Time: 5 – 10 min
Elevation Gain: 0 m
Elevation Loss: 25 m

Technical Rating: Intermediate
Physical Rating: Moderate
Season: March – November
Permit Required: No

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Accessed via Lake Loop and best ridden south to north, Log and Rock is an intermediate trail located in the Mosquito Lake Area. The trail is all singletrack, with the north end being heavily overgrown during the summer months. It’s not a trail that sees a lot of traffic and would be more fun if it had better looping options. Currently it ends up on a hydro line access road (when ridden south to north) from where you can ride left (south) to the Mosquito Lake Road or right (north) all the way down to Reid Road, passing the trailhead for Dead Birch and Wolf’s Trails. When riding this trail, expect gradually descending singletrack along rocky terrain ending with a section of overgrown trail before popping out onto the access road.

TRAILHEAD | N50 20.507 W122 44.873 (NORTH)

South: The southern access to Log and Rock is found halfway along Lake Loop and is marked with a sign a short way down the trail.

North: The north access is ridden to via the hydro access road. One can choose to ride south on the hydro access road, climbing up from Reid Road to the trailhead for Log and Rock. Alternatively, you can descend north on the hydro access road from Mosquito Lake Road to the Log and Rock trailhead found about hallway down the access road.


N50 20.507 W122 44.873 (North)
N50 20.371 W122 44.773 (South)

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