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Killer Bee

 3.9 (7)

0.7 Miles 1.1 Kilometers


Singletrack

0' 0 m

Ascent

-475' -145 m

Descent

14%

Avg Grade (8°)

40%

Max Grade (22°)

4,707' 1,435 m

High

4,231' 1,290 m

Low

Shared By Leslie Kehmeier

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A spicy, hair-raising descent!

Leslie Kehmeier

Dogs Unknown

Features -none-

Description

Killer Bee is a spicy and exciting finish to riding the Bar M trails. Located at the southern end of the Bar M network. The trail is most certainly advanced; be prepared for constant and steep descending over loose trail and slickrock.

Starting at an intersection with Bar-B and Long Branch, Killer Bee starts by rounding the top of a hill and the descending very quickly down an old road bed. The slope is pretty much straight down with no changes in grade.

From here you'll shoot through a rocky gate and continue your near-vertical descent, this time on slickrock. If you haven't lowered your saddle by now, it might be wise to take a moment to do so.

At the bottom you'll roll into another intersection, the finale of Killer Bee. Stay right for a very rideable bike segment that has tight switchbacks and some narrow and exposed trail. Stay left for a gnarly hike-a-bike. Both of these sections funnel into the Moab Canyon Paved Path.

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Apr 18, 2018
Matt Ivons
Oct 16, 2017
Amy White
Oct 4, 2017
Martin Asao
steep switch backs 0.7mi
Apr 29, 2017
Todd Van Selus
Sep 26, 2016
Juan Lopez

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  3.9 from 7 votes

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  3.9 from 7 votes
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#229

in Utah

#5,933

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