Mountain Bike Trail Report

Trails open. Tacky conditions. Recent storms and wind events have brought down some forest debris and trees but we are clearing steady with all trees cleared as of today, Monday afternoon. We have also blown out most segments of the 25 mile trail system.

We are tuning on the trails as needed during the summer. As always, be aware for any falling forest matter such as sticks, branches etc. A few areas a little overgrown but nothing to stop from having a good ride!

The key intersections been marked and signed.

New maps are available at the parking lot kiosk. Click here for new map online. The main trail head is near the resort with other trails accessible from the driveway for the Twin Lakes and Sukkerwest loops, county road 110 and hiway 34 for the Bullhead Bootleg loop. We will also have the LagChilada challenge in place again for this season. Pink signs will be placed marking the course. Twin Lakes has a “sport” option to bypass the first part that has more roots.

Summer pass can be purchased here. The passes helps offset maintenance costs. The Maplelag trails are privately owned and operated and we receive no grants or assistance for operating.

Click here for information on the Laddies Loppet mountain bike race weekend.

By riding at Maplelag, assume all risk and responsibility for any changing conditions that may alter the riding surface. If not comfortable riding with potential changing conditions, it is best not to ride the trails.

Bullhead Bootleg singletrack, June 22nd, 2022.
Ski trail segment on main loop, June 22nd, 2022.
Deadfall on the singletrack after Monday night storm, June 22nd, 2022.
Cleared! June 22nd, 2022.
Clearing on Twin Lakes bridge segment, June 20th, 2022.
Twin Lakes singletrack, June 18th, 2022.
Rolling through on Bjorp’s singletrack after freshly cleared in the morning, June 13th, 2022.
Moorhead singletrack rock garden, June 13th, 2022.
Rolling on freshly cleared North Star singletrack, June 13th, 2022.