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John Evdokimoff Bike Skills Park

South Shuswap
Distance: 800 metres +
Difficulty: Easy to Most Difficult
Duration: 30 minutes +
Trail Access / Features
Mountain Biking Picnic Tables

Trail Notes / Current Conditions:

 May 2019 - the Bike Skills Park is currently closed and will be getting a complete refresh over the next few months thanks to CSRD Parks. Watch for updates to come! The trailhead access to Blind Bay and White Lake Lookout are all still open, however, as well as new play park amenities and picnic area.

Trail Description:

Progressive technical skills park, pump track, tabletops, jumps, and free ride trail for mountain bikers.

Designed by legendary mountain bike guru, Jay Hoots, for CSRD Parks and built by local volunteers, the bike skills park is a fun place to warm up before a ride on the Blind Bay/ White Lake trails, or a playful end to a day of cross-country riding. Don’t miss the practice downhill burm trail that starts at the very top of the park (use the uphill track to the left). NOTE: the park is also the east trailhead for the Blind Bay White Lake Trail system. (See descriptions).

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Access:

Approx 9.3 km east of Sorrento on Hwy 1 at the Balmoral Rd junction, White Lake Rd forms a loop, returning to Hwy 1 at Carlin 4 km farther east, approx 20 km west of Salmon Arm. Watch for the Bike Park sign just before the Parri Rd intersection at the west end of White Lake.

Directions Map: Google Maps

Warnings:

CAUTION: Progressive technical features. Mountain bikers must wear helmets. Use at your own risk.

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