Follow Matt Beer and Forrest Riesco down the wide-open and flat-out track known as the “Della” in Lillooet, B.C. It’s not very often you find a shuttle-able downhill track averaging 10 minutes a run, non-stop. Once you get to the lower, more high-speed part of the trail your hands start to burn, but it's too good to stop and by the time your mid-drift in the next corner you’ve forgotten how tired you were a few seconds ago.
There is a camping area at the top of the trail with an amazing view overlooking the creek. It is definitely a place worth visiting.
- Trail length is 7.3km (all but 320m on singletrack)
- Total vertical drop is 1164m (3818 feet)
- The trail has two distinct portions, both of which can be shuttled. The top portion (not in video) starts in sub-alpine terrain at 1512m (4,960 ft.). The bottom portion (as seen in the video) starts at 1270m (4,166 ft.) and descends to 348m. (1,141 ft.)