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    Horseshoe Resort Downhill

    Anyone been to Horsehoe Resort recently for some downhill? Looks like they revamped their trails and have a high speed lift now.

    Trail map looks decent too

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    Toogy - any chance you went? I'm looking for first hand details as well.
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    I haven't yet. Still plan to sometime this month or next.
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    Most of those trails look the same as the old ones. Which were all pretty short, as in a minute tops.

    I'd bring a trail bike if you check them out. Then head across the street and ride Copeland Forest. Return back to Horseshoe and finish off with a swim in the lake.

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    I finally ended up going there, not a bad little park. Short runs like previously mentioned, but not bad and worth the $25 in my opinion

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    Saw you mention in the comments that theres no where to jump near you. Where are you located?

    I haven't rode at Horseshoe in a few years, but that sand looks bad. We ride Copeland a few times a week and you can see all the sandy spots from the bottom when we head over to the pond to swim.

    And with the new lift they put in last year, it looks way better in terms of actually getting to all the trails. You used to take one of the lifts near the tree trekking thing and then had to ride on the damn road and then up part of the hill to get to the best trail.

    Copeland is still better, imo. :P

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    I'm south of London Ontario, basically over an hour away from anything decent haha.
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