Sugarbush Single Track Britton Trail Conditions
10/30/18 Approx. 6.5 miles of the Stellar new Jackpot flow trail has been completed by the amazingly talanted Rocksolid trail building Company. by the end of summer 2019 an additional 2 miles will be added to connect the britton peak trail system all the way to the end of the onion river Rd. The trail project is now fully funded to the lutsen mountains ski resort which apon completion will make this epic trail section close to 16 miles long.
10.30.16 All except for 1000ft of Flume trail completed. Hope to see final completion early summer 2017
10.23.16 100 additional ft of boardwalk completed on Skookum and crosscut
10.1.15 1000 ft of new boardwalk completed
9.1.15 FIRST mILE OF THE NEW FLUME TRAIL COMPLETE
10.1.12 Phase III Complete
8.5.12 Phase II is now complete and Phase III is nearing completion. A big thanks goes out to professional trail builder Brock Lowery from Ironwood Outdoors who has done an outstanding job constructing our trails. The initial phases of the project could not have been accomplished without the help of our trail partners: The US Forest Service, The Town of Tofte, IMBA, and the Superior Cycling Association. Please help us realize the full scope and future construction of this project by donating to our mountain bike trail fund.
8.5.12 Phase II Complete
9.9.11 Phase I Complete
Sugarbush Trail Association is behind this major project with assistance and cooperation from the U. S. Forest Service, the Superior Cycling Association and the International Mountain Biking Association (IMBA).
We thank the Boy Scouts of America, MCC, and Americorp crews who provided hundreds of hours of trail-building help in June of this year.
Explore our site...discover the trails! The Sugarbush Trail Association maintains 65 kilometers of cross country ski trails through beautiful and remote Forest Service land in the Lutsen-Tofte area, and has partnered to help develop nearly six miles of new single-track mountain bike trails with additional miles in the planning stage.