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Wouaiy evolved from a simple taped-out line that was WILD, but with recent trail building, it is now Bike Crack.
This trail must see more multiple repeats than any trail outside of Whistler's A-Line! It's a must for the rider who wants a natural-feeling track. The trail begins with a very steep roll-in, which will put off those who are not confident.
This is good, as while the trail is a Red, there is way more to it than some other red bike park trails.
Raw, rough, and narrow at times, with berms that are just in the right place to keep you on the hillside, this thing starts with a no holds barred style.
There will be dust flying as you zip across the hill and into the forest. Here the corners come at you thick, fast, and relentlessly.
Each one is its own little masterpiece, and there is no autopilot riding.
There's the odd jump and drop, but for the most part, cornering, brake control, and looking ahead are the key skills required. Coming out to a fireroad, you can let your forearms rest and gabber along about the close calls had.
It can be a polarising trail where not everybody is ready for it, though...
first thing in the morning, not warmed up, compression settings, rebound settings, etc.
Wouaiy will find chinks in your armour, but the next section starts treating you a little nicer. An immediate drop into a semi hip jump, fast into woods with a little step up and natural berm have most screaming for joy! Over the road and into one of the best sections of track in Verbier.
Fast, safe, perfect berms and then drops and high-speed jumps that have you feeling like you are flying through the tree canopy.
This continues with no let-up until you are forced to slow down for some barriers that signal the end of the trail.
Few stop here for very long, as they want more of the same.