Since 2021, we've built over 20 miles of trail but under the vision, leadership and professionalism of Terraflow Trails. Our 2023 map is below, and we're working on an update for 2024 with all the new trails.

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Trailforks has created a user generated map of Legacy. This is unofficial, but can provide GPS support while riding the Park.



Ascender - Need to stretch your legs? Got an e-bike? New for 2024, this scenic climbing trail now starts at the shuttle pickup, climbs to the shuttle drop and continues all the way to the true rocky summit. Catch your breath on top and choose from Dirt Herder or Upper Borderline. Skip the shuttles entirely and buy a Pedal Pass.

RADish - New to bike parks? Find your inner flow on this machine built roller coaster of a ride. Mellow berms and killer views reward all who ride the Radish. Passes through Meadow Village on the way to the shuttle pickup.

Dirt Herder - This superhighway of machine built singletrack is fast, fun and flowy! Best views in the bike park and the longest trail. Accessed via Ascender.

Casper the Friendly - This Legacy favorite is the ultimate warm up run! Lots of very fun rollable table tops, hits and even a 220 degree mega berm! Machine built with progression in mind.

Yogo - Super fun pump trail in the woods. Yogo is a hidden gem that parallels Jammer Lane, full of berms, rollers and a bit of air.

Bluetiful - Want to work up to Onyx? Hop on everybody’s favorite flow trail and shred the family friendly jumps and berms. In fact, we added even more berms for 2024!

Upper Borderline - Technical singletrack in the truest sense, this hand built gem follows the property line down a rocky ridge to the intersection of Lower Borderline, Drift Missile, Slash n’ Burn and Radish. Accessed via Ascender.

The Drop Zone - New for 2024, this parking lot sideshow features 4 drops and a fat capture berm. Drops range from 2 to 7 ft so you can dial in your flat drop skills on your way to the trails.

The Jump Zone - Warm up the safe way by sessioning these 3 short jump lines, tucked away just above the parking lot.

Daisy - Handbuilt tech trail that’s just rowdy enough to keep you focused but mellow enough to keep it fun. Peels right off the start of RADish.

Sparkle - New for 2024, this floaty little masterpiece keeps bikes in the air without the speed of Onyx or Forty. Lots of shark fins, lily pads and poppy tabletops lead to a rainbow overpass across RADish! Starts on an epic wood feature at Meadow Village.

Dogtown - Options abound in this hand built zone. Lose yourself in a maze of lovingly crafted moss, rock, loam and wood features. Merges with RADish near Daisy.

Drift Missile - Mossy, loamy tech on top, this trail gradually morphs into machine built flow followed by fast, raw singletrack. Accessed via Radish or Upper Borderline. Passes through Meadow Village.

Copycat - Rip this braided tech trail with a buddy! Connects Onyx to Radish.

Onyx - This machine built jump trail keeps you floating with progressively larger jumps and G-out berms all the way down. The third section of Onyx is home to our famously flowy double black jump line: Jammer Lane… or tone it down a notch by peeling right for Yogo.

Onyx Tech - Rowdy old school tech to the bottom that starts at the intersection of Jammer Lane, Yogo and Bluetiful.

Slash n’ Burn - A seriously spicy entrance sets the tone for this DH style tech line that features a wood drop to step up. Rejoins Drift Missile on the way to Meadow Village. Accessed via upper RADish or Upper Borderline.

Lower Borderline - Steep, fall-line hand built gnar. Rejoins Drift Missile at the bottom.

Jamarama - The history of freeride in one trail - step downs, step ups, shark fins, a road gap, ladder drop and a wicked tech finish combine for a one of a kind shred. Roll in from the bottom of Jammer Lane.

Forty - Legacy's flagship double black jump trail rewards full commitment. Lefts, Rights, Step Downs, Step Ups and massive Tables all the way down to the rowdy tech finish - leave your brakes alone and send it! Rolling inspection suggested.