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Pinecone

Consensus:    (details)
 4.5 from 6 votes
blue  Intermediate from 3 votes
Rank: #8 in the Park City area
#37 in UT, #1,309 Overall
Views: 199. Last 30 days: 18
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Condition:
Jul 12 Green - Quite moist with scattered puddles. Hero dirt in a few days of drying out
Trail near Park City,  area, 
“The link from Mid Mountain to the high altitudes of the Wasatch Crest.”
Leslie Kehmeier on Jul 29, 2013
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3.86.1 milesKilometers 1,393’425 m Ascent 9,809’2,990 m High 7% Avg Grade (4°)
Singletrack Type -23’-7 m Descent 8,416’2,565 m Low 22% Max Grade (13°)
Description
Pinecone is the transition from the aspen and pine forests to high alpine tundra.

The route is a steady pedal up with views that open up the higher you go. The last couple of miles is a grind for the most part, except for the very last bit that mellows out before Wasatch Crest.
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5.0 (2)
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5.0 (1)
A fast, fun & flowy course for the MidWeekMTB.com race series.
near Park City, Utah
4.6 (8)
A superb loop that will challenge the legs and lungs.
near Park City, Utah

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PHOTOS of Pinecone
 3.5 from 4 votes
Looking west at the Wasatch Crest trail from the top of Puke Hill (Alta, Utah)
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