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Seven Summits Trail Epic

 

Rossland, British Columbia - Seven Summits Trail

 

Summary: Adventurous mountain bikers will find the epic they’re looking for on the Seven Summits trail in Rossland BC. This point-to-point trail provides over 35 kilometers (22 miles) of technical single-track, with beautiful mountain vistas, challenging (but 100% rideable) climbs and flowing descents. The sinewy trail follows ridgelines, affording views of the Columbia River Valley and the Southern Selkirk and Monashee Mountains.

Length: 
22
Units: 
m

Ray's Indoor Bike Park

Cleveland, Ohio

Ray's has everything IMBA believes an Epic bike park should offer: progression-oriented features, challenges for any skill level and a friendly vibe.

Length: 
10
Units: 
m

Roth Rock Ride

Length: 
30
Units: 
m

North Umpqua Trail

Length: 
70
Units: 
m

Paul's Dirty 100

Ganaraska Forest, Ontario

Paul's Dirty 100 began as a memorial ride for an avid racer, Paul Rush, who loved a long ride and a hard slog. Over the years, this 100-kilometer ride has been revamped and reworked into a challenging, but very ride-able, network of trails. Just over an hour's drive from Toronto, this Epic features more than 7,000 feet of climbing through the Ganaraska Forest, including pine plantations, rolling hills, twisty-turney dark corners and roller-coaster fire roads.

Length: 
100
Units: 
km

Maah Daah Hey Trail

Length: 
94
Units: 
m

Monarch Crest

Length: 
30
Units: 
m

The Nan Epic

North Conway, New Hampshire

The Lower Nanamocomuck Trail is two hours North of Boston just outside the mountain playground of North Conway. This out-and-back ride parallels the boulder-strewn Swift River and includes tight singletrack, log bridges and plenty of rocks and roots. Located in the White Mountain National Forest, the trail is just one of many backcountry rides in the area. In true New England style, the Nan begins at a restored covered bridge.

Location: North Conway, New Hampshire.

Length: 
40
Units: 
m

Mid Mountain Trail

Length: 
25
Units: 
m

Levis-Trow Mound Epic

Neillsville, Wisconsin

Travel to the heart of Wisconsin and experience some of the best riding the Midwest has to offer. The trail network at Levis-Trow appeals to all levels of riders, with gentle, rolling climbs on wider sections of trail for beginners and plenty of tight, slaloming singletrack to challenge even the most experienced riders. Sandstone bluffs offer a chance to take in views of the surrounding area.

Location: About 15 miles off I-94, southwest of Neillsville, Wisconsin.

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Length: 
30
Units: 
m
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