Flying Squirrel

 2 votes

1.4 Miles 2.2 Kilometers


Singletrack

122' 37 m

Ascent

-130' -39 m

Descent

1,810' 552 m

High

1,681' 512 m

Low

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

8%

Max Grade (5°)

Minor Issues

46 days agoUpdate

Flowy, fun, and fast!

Josh Matta

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Flying Squirrel Loop is the loop that starts and finishes on top of Worm Bermer. It's best ridden in a counter-clockwise direction for more singletrack descending.

Like all of the Blueberry Lake Loop, it's 100 percent machine built. This trail is just slightly more difficult then the Field Loop, while easier than Worm Bermer and Leonard's Loop.

After reaching the top of Worm Bermer, continuing straight will start you around Flying Squirrel. The climb will continue up to the high point of the entire Blueberry Lake trail system. After reaching the high point you then have mellow pedally switchbacking descent down to the old fire road that will return you back to the 4-way intersection.

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Minor Issues 46 days ago
Field loop is pretty muddy. All other trails have some significant muddy sections.
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