Ridgeline

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1.5 Miles 2.3 Kilometers


Singletrack

11' 3 m

Ascent

-434' -132 m

Descent

2,751' 838 m

High

2,326' 709 m

Low

6%

Avg Grade (3°)

18%

Max Grade (10°)

All Clear

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One of the best fast and flowy downhills around.

Logan Watts

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What a fantastic downhill this is. There are many berms and corners that seem to be placed perfectly on the trail. Connect the trail from Hooker Creek, or shuttle it by driving up Sky Valley Road.

Check out the Dupont Ridgeline Loop for a quick and easy loop using this trail.

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Aug 31, 2016
Russ Gowan
dry...and a few braking marks adding moguls to the run. Still, best flow trail in the area!
Jul 2, 2016
Matt George
May 23, 2016
Eric Gettman
Oct 14, 2015
Tres Thornhill
Aug 4, 2015
Jackson Johnson
Rerouted, super fast. Really fun in the dark 1.5mi
Jul 28, 2015
Thomas Mayer
Awesome — 0h 05m
Jul 26, 2015
Thomas Mayer
Awesome
Jul 25, 2015
Ryan Johnson
After summer 15 rework

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All Clear 9 days ago
Dry - Lots of leaves on the ground.
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Wow!! Couldn't stop smiling the long flowy ride down. Got to the bottom and immediately declared "let's do that again!" Seriously you will want to do this trail at least 2 times. This trail is beautiful, smooth, with big birms and great jumps; An advanced rider bombs the hills with serious speed and air time, while beginners would have just as much fun coasting down for 1.5 miles. This was certainly a highlight of our trip to Dupont. Oct 27, 2015


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