Barrel Roll

 4 votes

5.6 Miles 9.1 Kilometers

Singletrack

459' 140 m

Ascent

-463' -141 m

Descent

3,451' 1,052 m

High

3,156' 962 m

Low

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

15%

Max Grade (8°)

All Clear

3,451' 1,052 m

High

3,156' 962 m

Low

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

15%

Max Grade (8°)

A fun purpose-built singletrack trail with great descents.

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Clockwise is the best way to ride this loop. There are several intersections with other trails in the network, but they are well marked. It is easy to find your way around this loop. Precipice, and Sidewinder are two short extension that you can easily add to this loop. Take a look at the map at the trailhead and decide for yourself. They are a little harder than the main Barrel Roll trail, but fun.

At about 3 miles (ridden clockwise) the trail drops into a short technical section that demands advanced riding skills. It's fun, but walk it if it's above your skill level.

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3.8 from 4 votes


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Aug 13, 2016
Christian Villalta
Kicked my butt! The trail is washed out at some points. 5.6mi
Jul 2, 2016
Steven Bryan
Mar 28, 2016
Byran Holt
Feb 27, 2016
Mark Holley
Apr 18, 2015
jennifer garner
Unless you are happy to walk about one third of the trail, which we were, we really enjoyed the rest of the trail. There was some very technical areas
Mar 25, 2015
Casey Shuster
5.6mi — 1h 00m
Feb 17, 2015
dave calvin
Nov 18, 2014
patrick fitch

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  3.8 from 4 votes

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in Utah

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All Clear on Jul 8, 2016

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