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Fernie Stoke. Riding Fernie with Vince Mo

Posted on Jul 08, 2018 by Vince Mo

Vince Mo…

“Monstrous climbs reap epic views. Not many come greater than this one high up on Mount Fernie”

Rider: Phil McLachlan Trail – Stupid Traverse

“The mighty Western Red Cedar once dominated the landscape in Fernie. Many were destroyed by forest fire, however, the old remnants are still a stunning head-turner.”

Rider: Pat McGee Trail – Project 9

“When daylight drops into dusk, even the most straightforward trail can transform into a different beast when illuminated by a head beam.”

Trail – Eco-Terrorist

“Stoke levels are high, cardio fitness and leg strength is low in the early season (in personal experience). It’s a perfect day when you can squeeze in a handful of lift-assisted runs at Fernie Alpine Resort without ever having to face a climb.”

Rider: Jennifer Peterson & Josh Springle Trail – Mr Berms

“Race events at Fernie Alpine Resort are a huge highlight on the summer calendar.”

Trail – Rumplestumpskin

“Summer days eventually make way for cooler mornings, golden landscapes, and tacky dirt to throw into – what is there to not love about fall time riding? ” Rider: JF Des Lauriers & Jennifer McHugh Trail – Swine Flu

“Love ‘em or hate ‘em, the popularity of fat bikes seems to be on the rise here. Fantastic volunteers and trail grooming means you don’t ever need to stop riding here even when your buddies are out on skis and snowboards.”

Rider: Mady Wassick Trail – Sidewinder


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