“A smooth, fun-filled, jumping, carving, fast blast to the valley bottom.”
— Matt Goodman
Close to the road. Short and very entertaining ride. Easy to climb back up on Mission Creek Pkwy.
Closed when wet or muddy. See COGGS.com for closures.
Starting from Becks Rd, head down Mission Creek Pkwy
(gravel road/doubletrack) crossing the railroad and the paved Munger trail on bridges. Immediately after crossing the Munger trail, look for the singletrack on your left.
Drop in and hold on! This is one of the most fun trails in town. 180-degree berms, rollers, and a smooth surface will have you whooping and hipping all the way down. There are no dedicated tabletops or doubles on this trail just small rollers and grade reversals, making it ideal for a variety of skill levels: Beginners can roll everything, intermediates can work on their jump skills, and advanced riders can see what they can hip and double up.
If you are looking to head east on Sugar Bush, slow down after the first set of switchbacks and look carefully for the split left, it's easy to get caught up in the fun and miss the turn-off.
At the bottom, this trail rejoins the doubletrack Mission Creek Pkwy
to connect to Valley West
or Porcupine Passage.
Ojibwe trail name: "Waabanong Basadinaamagad"