Thursday, February 2, 2012

Trail Building

Later this year, I will be working at a new fancy office at the Point of the Mountain.  I'm trying to figure out a way to commute to the new office on dirt and on as much single track as possible.  Here is the map.  Does anyone know of a way to connect my start point to my finish point?

If not, maybe I'll call my trail building buddies down in Utah County to help me "find" the trail.  They seem to be pretty good at that.


Ski Bike Junkie said...

Best "legal" route is Draper trails to the flight park and then roll the road from there.

Options exist on the south side of the ridge, but they all eventually place you in Traverse Mountain subdivision land, where they have put up lots of menacing signs about no trespassing and confiscating your bike if you do.

Draper route north of ridgeline has the road section, but is all singletrack to that point. South of ridgeline is mostly jeep trails.

South County Ciclista said...

UC lunch rides will never be the same

aptekmies said...

So I was lurking around at work and came across your post. I live in Traverse Mtn and have been trying to find a good way to access corner canyon from my house. This is what I have so far;

It is barely rideable going up, and steep but doable going down. I think the best bet to go up to Suncrest would be to ride the foothill trails behind Micron and head up the south Maple Hollow trail. I am going to explore this option in the spring.

Here is another ride that was ~90% rideable;

Living in that community they let me sign a waiver to bike up there but I have been biking all around on the roads and nobody has ever stopped me in the last 3 years I have been riding up there. Let me know what you discover.