BTI

BTI

BTI is a groomed flow trail with many jumps, berms, tight switchbacks, and scattered rocks. The trail descends from Alice in Wonderland to the Waterline Trail near Lithia Park. The BTI trail begins at the end of Alice In Wonderland and has a completely different feel. It’s an action packed flow trail that includes many small doubles, berms, gaps, and drops. It begins with a jump, a left turn and then a right berm setting…

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Jabberwocky

Jabberwocky

The new Jabberwocky opened in 2017 and starts at Caterpillar Crossing and flows right out of the Lizard trail. This is a downhill-only, machine-built trail with some tight, steeply-bermed turns early on. This might scare off the beginner-intermediate crowd, but much of the rest of the trail is very rideable by most everyone (save for a couple of tight and steep wider turns in the middle). The biggest challenge is when the trail gets dry…

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No Candies

No Candies

One of the flatter trails in the Ashland watershed, you have to climb several thousand feet just to get here. And, “flat” is a relative term; in Ashland, virtually no trail is flat, and this one is really rolling. You can get here via the Horn Gap Trail, FS Road 2060 or via FS Road 2060-400. From downtown or Lithia Park, this is going to be roughly 2500 feet of climbing. Still, once you’re here,…

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