2013 Spring Update and Pemberton’s New Trails

Map of the area with Backpains on it.







Spring is fast approaching! The trails on the North Shore are drying out. We did get hit with another snow blast that covered the trails above 600m elevation, but it will probably go fast.

CBC is still closed. It is recommended that people stay off Executioner while it is still so wet!

NSMBA has been working hard on Bridle path and other TAP projects, Check it out!

On another note the trails in Pemberton are dry and the snow is leaving fast! The PVTA – Pemberton Valley Trails Association is doing some great work in the Nimby and One Mile Lake area. Considering become a member if you like these trails!

An new trail off Nimby creates a fun loop, the descent is 1.1km long and drops 200m. It was built by Ewan, the same guy who built Squid line on Sumas. Add some extra Mileage to your Nimby Fifty Training with this extra loop!

The One Mile Lake trails are really coming into their own. You can do a short 45min lap, or three and make it almost three hours of riding! With a mix of old and new school it will keep you on your game. Word of note, the climbs are … healthy…


Pickle Surprise trail head

Fizzy Pop

Here is a nice hour and a half loop
Pemberton – One Mile at EveryTrail


Also, at this time of year you can ski in the morning and ride in the afternoon! My new Prior Overlords!

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