Sprockids Trail Map
This Sprockids Bike Park trail map shows over 14 km (8.4 mi) of trails with jumps, downhill, teeter-bars and ramps. Most of the biking routes loop back to the park centre where there is a skills area.
This park is on the side of a mountain so a lot of the trails are very steep. Getting up them is difficult on your bike, but coming down is awesome. If you are hiking you can expect some strenuous climbs and the downhills are tough on your knees, but the scenery and surroundings are simply beautiful and well worth the hard work.
Several trails near the outside of the park link into Gibsons and Roberts Creek trails. It is possible to start hiking or biking in the park and follow trails all the way to Wilson Creek/Davis Bay. Once the new bridge is put in at Chapman Creek in Selma Park, bikers and hikers will be able to get almost all the way to Sechelt without riding on a paved road.
Click on a trail in the map below to see details.
Hover your mouse over a trail to see its name.
Click here to open a higher resolution pdf version of the map.
Here's what it looks like in with the Google Earth viewer. The first time you try and view this it will ask you to download a plug-in. Once that plug-in is installed you will not be asked again. You will also want to zoom in to see the trails better.