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BTI

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0.6 mile 1.0 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
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Elevation

Ascent: 0' 0 m
Descent: -476' -145 m
High: 2,834' 864 m
Low: 2,358' 719 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 14% (8°)
Max Grade: 31% (17°)

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Trail shared by Nick Perry

A local favorite boasting some of the best groomed flow trail Ashland has to offer.

Nick Perry

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Description

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. BTI can be ridden uphill, so downhillers beware.

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 the tone for the rest of the trail which flows in a similar pattern.

BTI is a well built and constantly maintained thanks to the Ashland Mountain Adventure trail crew.

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Family Friendly, ADA Accessible, Need to Know, Dogs Allowed, Features, Electic Mountain Bikes Allowed

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Check-Ins

Apr 15, 2020
Nick Giorgi
Jun 13, 2019
Lyra Martin
Dec 22, 2018
River Bradley
Jun 21, 2018
Cole Trickel
Running fast and loose 0.6mi — 0h 03m
Nov 26, 2017
Samuel V
Technical switch backs and tons of berms 0.6mi
Nov 25, 2017
Jen Everhard
Sep 4, 2016
Darrell Strickland
Loose
Aug 5, 2016
Chuck Aude

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  4.3 from 7 votes

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  4.3 from 7 votes
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Trail Rankings

#132

in Oregon

#5,426

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More sweet turns
May 21, 2014 near Ashland, OR
Corner after corner.
May 21, 2014 near Ashland, OR

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