Thank you to everyone who has participated in the Mount 7 survey. There were lots of great answers that gave us a good image of the users, their riding habits and their deepest desires. The club has formed a sub-committee that is in the process of developing a plan based off of feedback from you and priorities for our entire network.
Obviously not all plans can happen. Often there are land management issues (private land, test plots, etc) as well as terrain limitations (steep, trail densities, etc). However, the ideas behind all the suggestions help to make every decision.
Big thanks to Magi Scallion, Brian Jackson and the gang for the work on the Schacher Shelter on Monday. Stay tuned for the next steps in finishing the project! What an amazing community we have here!Progress is happening! Thank you to all the volunteers who helped with some landscaping around the Schacher Shelter yesterday and joined for some delicious hot chilli on a chilly day. Also a giant thank you to Brian Jackson for getting the dirt so close to the location and making our shovelling a lot easier! Next project will be half walls and benches. Stay tuned! ... See MoreSee Less
The Schacher has been open for a weekend, did you get out on it? How did you end up riding Mt 7 with this new addition?
Remember, there is much more to Mt 7 besides gnar. The Schacher is a great ride down for all levels and summit Trail to Schacher (then 3k when it re-opens) is a great blue ride. There is lots of gnar as well but not all of the black trails are impossible to ride either. ... See MoreSee Less
Trail Work Warning! Lower 3K/Snake Hill will be closed on Wednesday for maintenance being done by the Woodsmen above Snake Hill. This is repair work from the G24 race, funded by the race organizer to get things back to how they were. ... See MoreSee Less
We are excited to announce that THE SCHACHER is open from top to bottom and bottom to top! The lower Schacher cut block is clear and rideable too. Remember to be aware of all riders as it is a bi-directional trail. Enjoy it to climb to big DH descents or shuttle it to enjoy a friendly down. DH bikes aren’t recommended on the down as it is fairly pedally but give it a go if you dare. Have fun out there! ... See MoreSee Less