Mountain Ranches Bike Park Revamp/Upgrade
We are working to upgrade and revamp the Mountain Ranches Bike Park in Eagle Mountain. This is a 3 phase project that begins with a brand new, pro-level jumpline in the park. See our PROJECT PAGE for more information.
We are building a new set of beginner mountain bike trails on a 40 acre parcel of Eagle Mountain City property below the Creed trail (South side), up the hill to the West of the end of the paved road up from the School. This will contain 1 uphill, 3 downhill trails, and a skills section for new riders to learn how to ride mountain bikes. See our PROJECT PAGE for more information.
BLM Non-motorized Trails
Over the past 2 years, in conjunction with the City of Eagle Mountain and the BLM, went through the process of getting BLM property approved for 25 miles of non-motorized trails. This area covers the BLM land on Lake Mountain. We are in the process of designing specific trail plans so we can apply for the ROW with the city to then build and manage these trails. See our PROJECT PAGE for more information.
New Hidden Hollow Trailhead
Cadence Homes, the developer building in Hidden Hollow right now, will be building a new, spacious, and much needed trailhead just East of the end of the paved road South of the school. This will be of great benefit to our visitors to the area and we hope to see done by June. We will be planning new work to tie in that trailhead to existing trails like Rockabilly and creating a great starting point for trails in Eagle Mountain. See our PROJECT PAGE for more information.
The Supersonic and Crackerjack trails recently were displaced by planned construction work. We have discussed the project with the developer, Cadence Homes, and have a plan to re-route and fix the bottom end of those two trails. See our PROJECT PAGE for more information.
Regional Trail System
Together with other local and regional organizations, we have begun talking and planning for a larger, master trail system that will be regional in nature. It is early in discussions and planning, but we hope to see some solid plans in place this year and some building perhaps this summer. See our PROJECT PAGE for more information.