Bearclaw Poppy

 10 votes

3.9 Miles 6.3 Kilometers

Singletrack

111' 34 m

Ascent

-460' -140 m

Descent

2,984' 909 m

High

2,575' 785 m

Low

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

5%

Max Grade (3°)

All Clear

2,984' 909 m

High

2,575' 785 m

Low

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

5%

Max Grade (3°)

A very good descent that connects to many other trails.

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To get here, drive up W Canyon View Dr. on the west side of St. George until it ends and becomes BLM land. You'll drop down from the mesa into the desert where you'll see trails going off in every direction.

As you look west from this point, there is a large gap in the land that rises before you. Stay to the right side of this gap and follow the gravel road up toward a water tank and parking lot. Climb to the parking lot (high clearance vehicles can drive to the lot), continue on to the fence at the top of the climb.

At the fence, lift your bike over the bike gate, and get ready for fun. There are signed easy and difficult routes to get you down the Acid Drops. Make your choice and have fun. Once you are at the bottom of the Acid Drops turn left and let it rip. Downhill traffic has the right-of-way on this trail. There is some two-way traffic so be alert.

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Sep 28, 2016
Zachary Pinnau
This is a way fun trail but little to no shade. the uphill is one way and the downhill is one way do you don't have to worry about running into oth... 5mi — 1h 02m
Aug 10, 2016
Christian Villalta
4mi
Apr 17, 2016
Bryan Foster
56h 10m
Feb 27, 2016
Mark Holley
Jan 18, 2015
Carlos Acevedo
May 3, 2014
matt barrus

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