Traditionally this is the shuttle/dh riding area but there is also an amazing climb trail that you can link up with the main road or less-used double-track to earn your turns.
The main parking lot is on the 110 FSR. From there, use the climb trail, DD until you get to the Rubbhead Climb traverse section. From there, take the Rubberhead Climb to the road on the north to access the Ravine Trail. Alternatively or as a quick fix, follow our recommended climb route to get to the top. From the top of DD, head up the Yellow Brick Rd and drop in the Very Bad Wizard, or continue on the double-track to access the Ida View trail to get to the very top and start at Half Baked.
The top-to-bottom A line is Half Baked, Muffintop to Veggie-Delight/Meatgrinder to A-Frame, Sea-Doo, Alvin Comes Alive, Alvin’s Greatest Hits, and Free-fallin’ if you park on the Hwy pull-off. Veggie Delight is a dark blue with some tech, or you can try Meatgrinder, a classic fall-line trail with some steeps, drops and TTFs, mostly optional.
On the north side of Rubberhead is the Ravine trail – Top to bottom this is a side-hill rip with some very fast straight-aways, nice corners, some small drops.
Feeling like a longer ride? Try the Over the Top. Climb up South Canoe, meander through the Larch Hills trails, then drop into Rubberhead. Leave a car at the Hwy turnoff, or at Canoe Beach.