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WTB

 3.8 (8)

1.7 Miles 2.8 Kilometers


Singletrack

214' 65 m

Ascent

-309' -94 m

Descent

6%

Avg Grade (3°)

27%

Max Grade (15°)

9,495' 2,894 m

High

9,303' 2,836 m

Low

Shared By Jeff Ruhle

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Newly rebuilt in 2014, WTB is a fun flowy trail. A great way to connect Winter Park to Fraser!

Jeff Ruhle

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Description

Newly rebuilt in 2014, the new WTB is a great trail! They diverted the trail around a really rough section of loose rocks and roots, putting in a new flowing section that is a lot of fun! Just like a lot of the trails that were rebuilt in 2014, there are several optional features that help make it more challenging for expert riders. For more similar riding you can duck off onto Akima's Way, or for some uphill you can continue onto the second half of WTB.

The second half of the trail was not rebuilt, and still provides some good climbs up to the top of a ridge where riders can take in some great views. After this it is a quick descent to D2, which you can continue down if you want to head towards the trail complex in Fraser.

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Aug 30, 2018
Blake Calvert
Aug 11, 2018
Patrick Burns
Divides into two distinct downhills from two directions. Upper is loose and cool. Lower is old school jank and not so much fun.
Aug 26, 2017
Mark K
Jun 8, 2015
Tom McKim
Mostly flawless riding. WET spots in one area. 4.3mi — 1h 20m

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  3.8 from 8 votes

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  3.8 from 8 votes
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#746

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#6,538

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