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Jekyll 'n Hyde

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 4.4 (16)

A tale of two trails - a white-knuckle adventure.


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Map Key

4.2

Miles

6.8

KM

Singletrack

1,029' 314 m

High

635' 193 m

Low

200' 61 m

Up

594' 181 m

Down

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

13%

Max Grade (7°)

Dogs Unknown

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Description

Get ready for some tight spots, big rocks, twisting berms and speed to boot. This roller coaster ride down Double Oak Mountain has it all.

Built in the fall of 2011, it starts out with tight rolling singletrack along the cliffs of the old CCC Quarry and transitions into a half mile descent down a trail littered with rocks and features, including a three foot rolling drop. More rocks and obstacles await before you whip around the Big Rock into some of the fastest singletrack in park.

The bottom section (Hyde) is a series of white knuckle berms, dips and banked turns mixed in with some short climbs through some beautiful pine and hardwood groves.

Please be aware of blind turns and use caution accordingly. The trail ends at the road across from Mr. Toad

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Leslie Kehmeier

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  4.4 from 16 votes

#837

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#14

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#837

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Through the long leaf pines on Jekyll and Hyde
Feb 8, 2013 near Indian…, AL
Taylor headed towards "Blood Rock" on the BUMP Trail
Mar 23, 2014 near Indian…, AL
Sweet flowy GOODNESS
Sep 1, 2019 near Indian…, AL
Some Nice technical challenges
Sep 1, 2019 near Indian…, AL
Great rock feature in between Jekyll & Hyde and Centipede.
Apr 25, 2016 near Indian…, AL

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Jun 29, 2019
Peter White
4.2mi
May 6, 2019
Jonathan Rover
May 22, 2018
Trevor Denkers
fun ride, I went up instead of down but has a good flow and going down has better jumps than up 4.2mi
Mar 14, 2018
Lost Justpastnowhere
Jan 31, 2018
Isaac Cruz
Dec 2, 2017
Patrick Etheridge
Jul 22, 2017
Aron Gorham
better than expected for 600 ft of climbing. 2nd half up was very technical (rocky) 4.2mi
Jun 28, 2017
Cole McLean Christensen
14.8mi — 2h 00m