Distance: 1.3 km (return)
Time: 10 – 25 min
Elevation Gain: 4 m
Elevation Loss: 4 m

Technical Rating: Beginner
Physical Rating: Easy
Season: March – November
Permit Required: No

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Naylor’s Trail is a beginner x-country singletrack named after the Pemberton family who own the land the trail traverses. It is a part of the Pemberton Townsite Trails network and easily accessed. When riding Naylor’s, please respect all signage, as you are on private property. This is a very scenic trail offering up some great views of the Lillooet River, as it skirts the river’s bank. The access to the trail is off of Urdal Road, just north of the village centre. It is well marked and easy to spot – look for it on the east side of Urdal Road just past the railroad underpass. The trail is very easy to follow from the trailhead and makes for a fun ride with kids.

From the trailhead, ride out towards the Lillooet River, turning left at the junction near the bridge underpass. Continue up the trail along the riverbank until you near the private property fence and then look for the trail to continue left along the fence line. Head left along the fence line, ultimately looping back around to form a short lollipop loop to return the way you came. The full length of the trail, out-and-back, is 1.3 km and makes for a fun, leisurely ride. There is literally no elevation gain along the route of this trail, making this a nice and easy pedal.

TRAILHEAD | N50 19.755 W122 47.876

Ride north on Urdal Road from town. Once you pedal past the railroad underpass, look for the well-marked Naylor’s trailhead, located on the east side of the road. From there the trail begins along the doubletrack heading out towards the Lillooet River, before it narrows to a singletrack.

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