Distance: 825 m
Time: 6 – 18 min
Elevation Gain: 12 m
Elevation Loss: 88 m

Technical Rating: Int – Advanced
Physical Rating: Moderate
Season: February – November
Permit Required: SORCA trail pass

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Your Mom is a super fun intermediate descending trail located north of Quest University. Really well built berms make for a great rip to start the trail off. Cross country singletrack climbs gradually to a small ramp with a rock roll off the end. More small berms follow, along with a quick descending line to a large bridge spanning a gap between some rock and outcrops. From here the trail gets a little more technical with some rocks and roots to negotiate – at times steep. The last section of Your Mom is rated advanced for the steep and technical moves. It’s over before you know it and can easily be walked for the timid intermediate rider.

Your Mom ends on Phil and Cam’s. Take a right to finish at the small parking area approximately 1 km up from Quest University. Once you come to the junction at the bottom of Your Mom, right after the steepest part of trail, keep high (left) to continue on out along Flat Alley to Pseudo-tsuga (3 section). Take a right to continue descending down Pseudo-tsuga to join up with Phil and Cam’s. Taking the latter option circumvents a particularly nasty section of Phil and Cam’s.

Your Mom is now easily accessed via Tinder and loops very nicely with Fred. Take the Legacy Climb combined with Ring Creek North FSR to Fred and down to Tinder. Ride Tinder to the start of Deliverance, riding the first 160 m to access Your Mom. Descend Your Mom to Pseudo-tsuga and finish off on Phil and Cam’s. This loop combines some of the most fun, interesting and flowy intermediate trails located in the area for a ride consisting of 9 km and taking around 1 – 2 hrs.

TRAILHEAD | N49 44.715 W123 05.249

Access to Your Mom is found 160 m down Deliverance. It is well marked at the trailhead and veers left off of Deliverance.

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