The XC trail is 4.1 -miles with over 828 ft. of decent and 885ft of climbing through a rooty up and down type single track that takes riders through breathtaking cedars and serves up dramatic views of the St. Louis river valley and Jay Cooke state park. The XC trail is great for all levels of riders, serving up a challenge with some of the most memorable views of the area.
The DH trails offer 4 trails that will challenge beginners and shredders with berms, bumps, jumps, steeps, and other challenges to test the skills of even the most advance rider.
Gateway – is our “easiest way down” and is a 1-mile long beginner trail with 310 ft. of descent.
The Torpedo – awesome air, this is our flagship jump trail. Intermediate in difficulty, it has over 25 exciting features and 310 ft. of descent and is ½ mile long.
Bigfoot – so if you believe bigger is better, this is an advanced jump trail that joins with Torpedo halfway down – it is 1/3 mile and descends 150 ft. After this run you might just feel like a mystic creature of the northland.
PBR – Looking for that hearty, but smooth ride like a cold beverage at the end of a long day? Then lineup for this intermediate jump and flow trail that is ¾ mile long and descends 310 ft.
Grizzly – this advanced trail pits you against the laws of nature, using the natural terrain and obstacles provided by mother nature. This trail is ¾ mile long and descends 310 ft. Just remember if mama isn’t happy ain’t no one happy.
Skills Park: Feel like warming up or just playing around? Visit our skills park or just enjoy it while waiting for the shuttle to take you up for the next run. Stay warm between runs, practice skills, or just show off.
MDL trails are open 7 days a week, weather and conditions permitting; all riders are required to wear a helmet and that you check in with the staff at the front desk of the base lodge before you go on your adventure.