North Shore - Fromme For Mountain Biking

The 32nd most popular mountain bike trail in British Columbia.

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North of Vancouver on the infamous North Shore, the Fromme area is known as the most technical area in the Vancouver region with natural and man-made obstacles.

To reach the trailhead, follow Highway 1 to Exit 21 and head north. Most of the riding is accessible via the gravel road at the top of Mountain Highway. Other access points include the top of St Marys Road and the Dempsey/Braemer Roads intersection.

The Baden-Powell Trail is the main route and is well-marked with orange-blazes.

A very popular route is to start at the Upper Oilcan – this trail has by-passes around all the major stunts, then mountain bike ride down to Ladies Only which has been maintained this winter and finish off along the Baden Powell Trail. Those who want a final challenge can try Lower Ladies. This route shows all the classic Shore Riding without being treacherous.

Overall, North Shore - Fromme is the 32nd most popular mountain bike trail of all 46 mountain biking rides in British Columbia. Several of the better mountain bike trails are nearby North Shore - Fromme including Golden Ears Provincial Park, Old Buck Trail, Eagle Ridge, North Shore - Seymour and North Shore - Cypress.

North Shore - Fromme Mountain Biking Map



Local Contact(s):  Vancouver Tourism (604) 683-2000; Deep Cove Bike Shop (604) 929-1918; Black Dog Bicycles (604) 942-3232; John Henry Bikes (604) 986-5534.

Best Season:  Apr. - Oct.

Average Difficulty:  Difficult

Base Camp:  Lynnwood Inn (604) 988-6161

Luxury Loding:  Wedgewood Hotel, downtown Vancouver

Breakfast Restaurant:  Bean Around The World, West Vancou (604) 925-9600

GPS:  49.381, -123.066

Date Published:  12/30/2015

Date Updated:  7/16/2016

ID:  13849

North Shore - Fromme Mountain Biking Map


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