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Goodmill

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 3.0 from 1 vote
greenBlue  Easy/Intermediate from 1 vote
Rank: #6 in the Kings Canyon and Mt. Whitney and Owens Valley area
#560 in CA, #5,483 Overall
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“Low tech, rolling trail with great downhills and a few 'pop' climbs. Fun!”
Dan Oakland on Aug 4, 2014
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2.03.3 milesKilometers 680’207 m Ascent 5,174’1,577 m High 9% Avg Grade (5°)
Doubletrack Type -288’-88 m Descent 4,495’1,370 m Low 24% Max Grade (14°)
Description
Pick up this segment of the Goodmill trail by coming down the Shay Railroad Trail and making a left/south turn. The entrance will be obvious, it's the first OHV trail you'll see on the left. Use this to get back to Abbot Creek Road and the Millwood staging area. It exits very close to the bridge, head right and you'll see it ahead. Very low on a technical rating, fun rolling downhill but it has a few short steep 'pops' to climb back out.
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 1.3 from 3 votes
Abbot Creek - dry in late July (Squaw Valley, CA)
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