The Hinton Mountain Bike Association continually strives to promote mountain bike culture in Hinton. The 2014 Trail Maps have been updated and released this summer, but all our trail signage updates are still on our to-do list - which we hope we can tackle in the near future. We could always use your help! (hint hint!)
Unfortunately, some of our trails and features have not been fully explored by visitors and locals alike because they don't know it's there! To help with this, we'll put out some posts about our 'Hidden Gems' to help all riders better explore and enjoy our great trails!
This week's Hidden Gem: Stinger
Location: Hinton Bike Park
Difficulty: Intermediate, Advanced
Type: Flow Trail - Loop
Description: Get your buzz on the Park’s newest flow trail featuring berms, bumps and quick direction changes. Swarm around the nest above, traversing the cut-banks in a 360 to where you started. Enter and exit the hive as you wish, with a return lap option at the bottom. Treat this as a mini-enduro, climbing your way to each new fastest descent. How many stages can you complete before you’re stung?
Direction: Ride from the parking lot through “Jodoin’s Journey” to the “Gully Trail”. The popular option continues right to the bottom of the rooty “Gully Trail”, with left at the wooden bridge.
Trail Background: Stinger was built in 2013 by Hoots Inc. and many volunteers. The project was funded in part by Quality of Life grant, Hoots Inc. and HMBA. Materials (wood) were donated by Hinton Home Hardware. Food for volunteers was provided by Boston Pizza and Subway.
For other great trail descriptions in the bike park, visit our Bike Park Info webpage.
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