Distance: 1.3 km
Time: 15 – 25 min
Elevation Gain: 42 m
Elevation Loss: 104 m
Technical Rating: Intermediate
Physical Rating: Moderate
Season: March – November
Permit Required: No
No Err Is an intermediate singletrack trail found in the Mosquito Lake Area. It is a great introductory trail to the type of riding found in Pemberton. Intermediate riders will love the short sections of rolling slabs and rocky technical downs. Ride No Err as a short warm-up or combine it with the plethora of other trails found in the area to form a larger intermediate loop. The trail is best descended south to north and is accessed via the Mosquito Lake Road from the Mosquito Lake parking.
No Err begins with a short but steep singletrack climb to where it meets up with the trailhead for Meat Grinder, when accessed from the south. From the Meat Grinder junction keep left and climb another 30 to 40 m further before the next fork. Stay left to begin your descent down. From here on the trail is fast, fun and flowy taking the rider back down and out to the Mosquito Lake Road below. 300 m before the end of the trail you’ll come to a fork for Walkers End, keep left to continue down No Err. Walkers End is an advanced (black) descending singletrack that sees very little use and can be very overgrown at times. It’s best avoided, as finishing on No Err is the better option.
For a fun and challenging intermediate loop begin your ride at the Mosquito Lake parking lot and combine the following trails; Sphincter Rock > Scruffy’s Bypass > Rock and Roll > Econoline > No Err > Lake Loop> Mosquito Lake Trail. This fun intermediate ride will take anywhere from 1 – 2 hours to complete depending on your fitness and skill level.
TRAILHEAD | N50 19.767 W122 44.421
To access No Err, park at the Mosquito Lake carpark and ride east along Mosquito Lake Road to the first fork. Take the right fork south onto Old Fotsch Road and continue on up to the second fork. Take a left and look for the No Err trailhead (not marked) heading across the ditch and up into the woods on the left-hand-side, about 20 m up from the second fork.
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