A warm-up trail that links to the centre of the town and other trails.
A high elevation trail that offers an exciting journey around the Cascade Dam.
A major thoroughfare into the wide trail network and predominately a climbing trail.
A ribbon of loam, littered with rollers, berms, through a tunnel of tree ferns.
A quick and easy learning based trail, close to town and the trailhead.
A longer flowing trail with large boulders, berms and lots of descent.
Undulating with some technical features, Howler will leave you howling with glee.
A killer bermed descent paired with an equal mix of climbing and descending.
A cruisy, simple and predominantly climbing trail - follows the old water race.
Let there be rock! Rattler will rattle your bones and leave you wanting more.
Gentle and mostly descending - an easier alternative to Howler.
A mostly undulating trail, Rusty Crusty crosses the Cascade River twice.
Features sections of old school, hand-cut single track and skinny high waisted stone ledges.
Steep pinches, aggressive drops and rock slabs - a highly technical trail.
An all out wilderness trail, mostly descending and one of the few point-to-point trails.
Mostly descending, with gentle-moderate gradients and encompassing lots of rock slab features.
A climbing trail with an enjoyable backdrop - tall forests and small creeks.
A true test of both skill and nerve - a black diamond trail.
The major return link to the lower trails and mostly undulating.
A high-speed flow descent with rock slabs and technical features.
A fast, descending jump trail, littered with dirt jumps, rollers and tabletops.
Steep, rocky, fast and technical and offering panoramic views of the town.
Dangerous and explosive and just wide enough for a set of handle bars.
Flickity Sticks Upper features gentle to moderate gradients and a flowing, rolling style.