Mountain bike course is open. Hardpack/tacky surface conditions. A handful of sprinkles on Tuesday otherwise dry and grippy deck. Cooler temps this week making for really nice riding.
This week we blew out most of the Twin Lakes singletrack loop and brushed out a few more overgrown areas. We wiill continue working on select segments during the week keeping conditions as best as possible. Last week we brushed out “Fargo” and “Pete’s Porkie” on the Twin Lakes loop for the most recent brushing/clearing. Still a few areas we need to brush out but overall excellent conditions.
The entire 25 mile “LagChilada” course was cleared and blown out this spring and we do our best to clear any new deadfall as soon as possible. Always be aware for changing conditions and assume all responsibility riding. The Maplelag course is generally described as a classic or natural trail which is rideable shortly after any rain events as the rain is absorbed and drains off naturally.
All the key intersections are taped and signs are at singletrack segments. The singletrack segments are signed by name and courses are generally marked for the Minnesota Mountain Bike Series with Citizen, Sport, Comp and Expert. Any singletrack that is not marked where it crosses ski trail, continue straight on the singletrack. Reference our map or TrailForks or Strava for guidance.
The Lagchilada challenge is in place which is a ride consisting of the entire mountain bike trail system. It is marked with both black signs and pink signs. Use the Strava app or guidance.
A good intermediate loop to ride is the Sport Loop and Bullhead Bootleg to the east. A good beginner loop to ride is the Citizen loop.
Like this winter, trail users are welcome to use the Brant cabin for a changing area and there are also bathrooms. Season passes available on our gift shop page.