Among the many mountain bike trails at Powder Mountain, the Brim Trail has become one of the most popular with its gradual grade and beautiful scenery. With the stunning array of colorful wildflowers and green mountain grasses, mid June and into July is a colorful time to ride this route. With all the stunning vistas at every turn, there’s really no such thing as a bad time to explore the trail.
Trail access is obtained from the Hidden Lake parking lot via the Hidden Lake to the Brim Trail connector or drive out to the “nest” to avoid the connector trail (suggested if taking young children). Once on the Brim Trail while traveling in a clockwise direction, all left turns result in the full outer loop experience. The trail is comprised mostly of packed dirt, with a few rocky sections and some fun rollers mixed in for good measure. This trail is closed to horses.