Mountain Bike Park

Burns Lake

Park Amenities:
Mountain Biking

Burns Lake Mountain Bike Park is a mountain biking attraction in the Burns Lake region that is causing a stir among mountain bikers in Northern British Columbia, Canada. The progression drops, wall riders, boardwalk trails, line jumps and single track routes appeals to all levels of mountain bikers.

The bike park is an ongoing project that connects to over 100 kilometres of xc trails, a skills park and a network of downhill and freeride routes exploring Boer Mountain and surrounding region inluding the Kager Lake Trail system. A trail network that leads to 3 different lakes.

The Burns Lake Mountain Bike Park is an adventure destination supported by many associations operating in the local community of Burns Lake. Much of the design of the park is the brain child of Norco Pro Rider Jay Hoots.

With the efforts of the local mountain bike enthusiasts and with the continued support from the community the trail network includes a connector trail from the park to a perimeter trail and to other parts of Burns Lake.

With great aspirations of becoming a world class mountain biking destination, there are over 15 kilometres of intermediate and expert trails exploring the mountain. Probably the most recognized downhill route is the Beaver Slide. It is an expert route used by mountain bikers that includes 20 jumps, 5 drops, wall rides and some boardwalk risers.

The skills park, also referred as "The Playground", is a mixture of dirt jump lines, wooden boardwalk risers, a pump track, some drop progressions, a wall ride, and a four-cross course. At the entrance of the park is a trail map.

The collection of downhill and freeride routes offer up a mixed bag of mud, single track, boardwalk and air time. Some of the trails include things like table-tops, hips, step ups, and step downs.

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Mountain Bike Park
Boer Mountain Road
Burns Lake

How To Get ToMountain Bike Park

Travel Hwy 16 into the Village of Burns Lake and then turn up 5th or 8th Avenue to the end. Look for Gowan Road and turn. Continue down the road until you turn left onto Boer Mountain Road. From there drive to the mountain bike park lot. There is a large billboard sign at the entrance of the park.
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