It’s Not Supposed to be Easy, Even for Experienced Riders

  • Expect Log Crossings, Roots, Rocks, Hills, and Possibly Mud
  • Not Suitable for Solo Travel. Challenging and Isolated.
  • GPS Tracks Highly Recommended
  • GPS Waypoints or Local Knowledge Required

Becker Mountain “Mongo Like”

Difficulty 5/6

This route starts on Hartnell Road. After the fun fire road climb, you quickly get into some interesting terrain that will require a rather steep descent, a super cool bridge, and a bit of a gnarly climb back to safety.

We only go here with several people to help get through the crux. Bike pulling may be required – pretty much guaranteed if conditions are wet.

With a crux behind us, we like to pass through a local classic for enduro riders called “Salsa on Me Chips” which is a rather tight single track for big bikes. Great flow and beautiful forest.

Next we head to the North end of the mountain to play in some cedar forest and some recent cut blocks with some nifty skidder roads and double track climbs.

The ride ends with a short, but rather sketchy, descent through baby head rocks before ending on the main trail off the end of Hartnell Road.

Route Coming Soon? Frankly, we are scared, and procrastinating.

Up & Over Hunter’s Range

Difficulty 5/6

Here’s a long and high elevation route for skilled ADV Riders. Plan for a full day!

This is our most difficult Ambassador Guided ride for the 2018 Adventure Bike Gathering. Given the difficulty and remote nature of this ride, multiple locals will be volunteering to help ensure a safe and successful journey for all.

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