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Twisted Sister

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2.6 Miles 4.2 Kilometers


Singletrack

619' 189 m

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Descent

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

9%

Max Grade (5°)

6,125' 1,867 m

High

5,506' 1,678 m

Low

Shared By John Gallagher

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Provides the climb to the top of the Outlaw trail network.

John Gallagher

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At the top of this trail is a fenceline where private property begins. Please do not travel beyond this gate.

Description

Twisted Sister begins at the junction of the Outlaw Trail and Redneck Jungle. It provides the easiest and quickest way to the top of the trail network. Settle in for a long steady climb. The return trip is a ripping downhill. I recommend you take Jail Break on the way down.

The lower section is buff singletrack through sage brush and is a very gentle climb. The upper portion of this trail is technically moderate and aerobically challenging as it steepens. Much of the upper potions of this trail are paralleled on the west with old doubletrack. An intermediate can ride most of this trail, but will have to walk some sections.

At the top of this trail is a fenceline where private property begins. Please do not trespass on the private property.

You can watch a YouTube video of Twisted Sister.

You can watch a YouTube video of the entire Outlaw trail network.

Contacts

Local Club: Park County Pedalers

Land Manager: BLM Wyoming - Lander

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