A Hobby Site By An Over-The-Hill Average Mountain Biker

Mount Fromme - Seventh Secret

aka: 7th Secret



CAUTION: The trails are challenging and difficult and your use of them is at your own risk. You will find some sections of trail too difficult to ride. Please walk these sections to prevent injury to yourself. To prevent erosion, DO NOT walk off the trail or cut new sections. DO NOT alter the trails in any way.

Please refer to TRAILFORKS for the most up to date trail info and status.



If there is only a single word I could use to best describe the Seventh Secret, it would be STONEWORK. Tons of rock has been carried and set in place to armour this trail.

This is one of the best trails on the mountain and a solid black. Don't get me wrong, it is a challenging trail and has one MMS that is definitely a double black but it has a ride around.

There are quite a few switchbacks, stonework, boulders to roll over, lots of roots, quick ride downs, and some MMSs. Something for everyone. This is definitely a good trail to practice on and get you from blue rated trails to black. After spending around an hour to get to the trailhead, it would be a waste not to take advantage of the trail and all it has to offer you.

There are two stunts of note. The first you come across would be the long ass log to ride with the bail right not left. If you bail left, you fall a bit extra. Right after this is the MMS that has a ride around It's a ladder ramp/bridge up to the top of a boulder and finished off with a ladder ramp with a twist. Yes a hard left halfway down and another hard left once off the MMS.

Near the end of the trail is another log ride but technically not part of Seventh Secret. I didn't investigate where the exit to the log is but the access road is visible from it. To continue on Seventh Secret you can either ride the ramp up and down the otherside of the log or do the ride around. After this is mostly stonework singletrack and a ladder bridge over a stream. Voila you are done. You can either do Leppard or take the right to the access road and ride one of the many trails going down the southside of the mountain.


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