ElevationAscent: 517' 158 m
Descent: -814' -248 m
High: 8,805' 2,684 m
Low: 8,275' 2,522 m
GradeAvg Grade: 5% (3°)
Max Grade: 15% (8°)
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“This trail connects the Hidden Lake parking lot with the Brim Trail. Fun to ride in both directions!”— Tom Hanson
This is a great option when riding the Powder Mountain area and accessing the Brim Trail. Just like all of the trails in this area, the views are amazing and the scenery throughout the ride is varied and beautiful.
You can definitely ride in both directions... Just be courteous for riders grinding their way up the trail and let them keep working their way up.
Start off at the Hidden Lake lift parking lot and work your way down to the Sunrise Poma lift where you'll ride over to the singletrack where the fun will begin. The trail was excavated the summer of 2015, so at the time of this post, it needs more bike traffic.
The trail starts out with a dirt road and a winter cat track that accesses the Poma lift. Don't let yourself be disappointing because it gets better past the Sunrise lift. Once you get on the singletrack it is a nice ride down to the Brim Trail.
As you descend the trail you'll pass through some areas where Powder Mountain did some clearing for a new run so watch out for the rough "wood chips" on the trail. Watch to make sure that you don't flip a branch into your spokes. Oh, and there is a big jump at the mid point in the ride that it totally optional...BIG jump :)
As you ride down the trail keep your eye out for the moose and an occasional deer.
Remember...what goes down must go up...it is a bit of a grind coming out so prepare your legs and lungs accordingly.
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Family Friendly, ADA Accessible, Need to Know, Dogs Allowed, Features, Electic Mountain Bikes Allowed
Land Manager: Powder Mountain Ski Resort