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EZ

 4.1 (23)

1.5 Miles 2.3 Kilometers


Singletrack

118' 36 m

Ascent

-30' -9 m

Descent

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

10%

Max Grade (6°)

4,668' 1,423 m

High

4,581' 1,396 m

Low

Shared By Curtis Tripp

Conditions


All Clear 27 days ago
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A short, beginner singletrack that stays true to its name.

Curtis Tripp

Dogs Leashed

Features -none-

Family Friendly Great for all skill levels - families or groups with mixed abilities. Good trail to start learning some basic skills.

Trail is one-way, from Lazy intersection down south to the end.

Description

Starting southbound from the trailhead, stay right when the Lazy joins in from the left at the early fork. From there, EZ winds along the base of a low ridge, with just enough rocks and tight turns to keep a beginner on their toes.

As your near the finish, the trail makes a hard left and goes up a short climb to join up with the Bar-M Loop and the Lazy singletrack.

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Check-Ins

Aug 20, 2018
Gene Crabtree
Good day on the EZ, trail clear and fast
Jun 18, 2018
Kathryn Keen
May 21, 2018
John Schneider
Nov 25, 2017
Holly.T
Oct 10, 2017
korina riggin
Jun 25, 2017
Sean Keating
Super fun. Partially technical. Did it twice! 7mi
May 24, 2017
Baron Kamp
May 10, 2017
Cameron Russell

Trail Ratings

  4.1 from 23 votes

#573

Overall
  4.1 from 23 votes
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Rankings

#58

in Utah

#573

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911 Since Mar 13, 2013
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Ken Smith
Missoula, MT
Ken Smith   Missoula, MT
The EZ and Lazy loop is a great ride for beginners or a fun warm up for intermediate riders. Great flow and a fun ride in general. Jul 14, 2014

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