Distance: 1.5 km
Time: 8 – 15 min
Elevation Gain: 38 m
Elevation Loss: 39 m

Technical Rating: Intermediate
Physical Rating: Easy
Season: Year round
Permit Required: SORCA trail pass

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White Rabbit is a fun x-country trail located in the Alice Lake Area. It may be ridden on its own, or in combination with Wonderland for a longer intermediate ride. The route for White Rabbit takes the rider through an incredibly scenic forest, skirting a section of the Cheekye River as it makes its way through a large section of alder trees along a short straightaway. The incredibly tall, branchless and white alder trees covered with bits of glowing moss make for a majestic ride. Further down the trail the tree canopy thickens, providing great shelter when it’s raining out, while the moss covers virtually all of the surrounding trees. The only thing left brown, is the narrow singletrack trail winding its way back out towards Alice Lake Park Road.

White Rabbit is best ridden north to south, for maximum flow. Begin your ride at the southeast trailhead found on the corner of Hwy 99’s bridge over Cheekye River. From there follow the trail out and across the dyke road, turning left and pedaling east for a short section up the dyke road before squeezing through two large boulders back onto the narrow singletrack trail. From there follow the trees through the alder trees, onto a snaking trail which eventually pops out on Alice Lake Park Road; right across from the entrance to the Wonderland trail. White Rabbit is a super flowy trail with minimal elevation gain, making it ideal for beginner riders pushing intermediate.

TRAILHEAD | N49 47.527 W123 07.951

Take Hwy 99 north from Squamish until the turn off for Alice Lake Park Road (Alice Lake Park). Turn east onto Alice Lake Park Road and drive a few hundred metres to the unmarked road heading left. Turn left onto this road and park at the parking area along the road. From here ride north on this short section of paved road to the gravel dyke road ahead, taking you straight ahead to the entrance of White Rabbit located southeast of Hwy 99’s bridge  over Cheekye River.

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