Difficulty 0/6

These won’t take you off the pavement, but they certainly can offer you some excitement!

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Difficulty 1/6

Get into the gravel and vast networks of resource roads.

These are novice routes for all all sizes of Adventure Bikes from small through Tanker Class.

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Difficulty 2/6

A route with a difficulty rating of 2/6 may contain rough resource roads, relatively smooth double-track, or really smooth single-track. This difficulty level represents an introduction to off-road riding, but these routes are not without their risks!

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Difficulty 3/6

The steepness of slopes increase, and the trails get rougher and thinner. These trails are dangerous to undertake if not quite experienced and very familiar with your steed.

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Difficulty 4/6

Now things are getting spicy, even for highly experienced riders.

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Difficulty 5/6

We talking double black diamond for the big KTMs here. BMWs, Suzukis, Tigers, etc. should stay away.

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Difficulty 6/6

This is the type of trail that should scare even the most gifted riders on medium adventure bikes. Nobody on a larger bike will make it through here without A LOT of help.

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