Flowdown

Grading:
Blue
Length:
Approximately 7 km
Elevation:
1000.00

Revelstoke's newest cross country trail!  Competed fall 2011 the Flowdown trail adds new a sweet and flowy entrance to the Macpherson cross country area.  What does it mean for mountain bikers??  Well, less riding on the highway to get to Macpherson from Revelstoke, and the newest, longest, and bestest option for a buff and flowy climb or descent to add into your route for the day.  This is a fabulous option if you prefer a smooth start your day, or would prefer to avoid some of the more techy trails.  This trail links into the upper sections of Macpherson at Dusty Beaver, creating a whole pile of new link up options for a day's ride.

This trail was a true community project, funded by the City of Revelstoke Infrastructure Funding, conceived and built by volunteers from the Revelstoke Cycling Association, and with final  touches like beautiful cedar baordwalks added in using the talents and elbow grease of local riders.

Access:  Well....for the moment you'd better pick up a trail map at bike shop, proceeds to the RCA, thanks :) and have them describe the access options.  Temporary trail signs are in place, but the lower parking area is at the moment not that easy to identify.  Fortunately we have received a grant this year and are planning to improve this situation.

RCA Volunteers Complete Flow Down

Revelstoke's newest cross country trail!  Competed fall 2011 the Flowdown trail adds new a sweet and flowy entrance to the Macpherson cross country area.  What does it mean for mountain bikers??  Well, less riding on the highway to get to Macpherson from Revelstoke, and the newest, longest, and bestest option for a buff and flowy climb or descent to add into your route for the day.  This is a fabulous option if you prefer a smooth start your day, or would prefer to avoid some of the more techy trails.  This trail links into the upper sections of Macpherson at Dusty Beaver, creating a whole pile of new link up options for a day's ride.

This trail was a true community project, funded by the City of Revelstoke Infrastructure Funding, conceived and built by volunteers from the Revelstoke Cycling Association, and with final  touches like beautiful cedar baordwalks added in using the talents and elbow grease of local riders.

Access:  Well....for the moment you'd better pick up a trail map at bike shop, proceeds to the RCA, thanks :) and have them describe the access options.  Temporary trail signs are in place, but the lower parking area is at the moment not that easy to identify.  Fortunately we have received a grant this year and are planning to improve this situation.

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