The 6th switchback could be yours in this once of a lifetime opportunity…
Located at the top of Mt. Fromme’s western flank, this stellar piece of dirt boasts a gravel road on both sides and no views whatsoever. While there was an abandonded pickup truck at this location just a few years ago, the area has cleaned up nicely since and it currently stands as a true wilderness gem.
Dangerous Dan’s iconic Ridiculator nearly drops right in to the property at just over 600 metres above sea level; the possibilities are literally endless on this PRO-zoned piece of mountain bike history. Think of it this way: when you live at the top of Executioner, who’s boss?
You may be more familiar with the road cycling world’s use of the all-caps PRO designation, but the District of North Vancouver has its own definition. We take Parks, Recreation, and Open Space to mean mountain bike = YES.
Listed nearby amenities include recreation and ski hill. By recreation they mean your own pumptrack and as for ski hill… well, you’ll be snowed in for a couple months every winter. Time to put those dreams about living off-grid into reality.
In a cabin this sounds fine and dandy, but you’ll be in a tent. Why? Well, this triangular nugget of wooded perfection doesn’t allow structures of any type – but there’s always potential to apply for a re-zone, right?
Heading westward you have access to the boot-gnarled Peer Gynt trail, a name that means “crooked old man” in ancient Swedish. Due south lands you on Executioner, a historic line that has recently been realigned with sustainability in mind.
Set up a toll booth on these gems and you’ll have a nickel for every time someone rides the tiny bridge on Bitches Brew that should have been dead a long time ago but is somehow in great shape.
We need to build a clubhouse on this land. A great chance for investment at a very affordable 99K. Who’s going to start the kickstarter fund?
There’s no place like Fromme. What’s your bid?