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Middle Flagline

 4.8 (5)

4.0 Miles 6.5 Kilometers


Singletrack

326' 99 m

Ascent

-726' -221 m

Descent

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

14%

Max Grade (8°)

6,960' 2,122 m

High

6,243' 1,903 m

Low

Shared By Katy Ryan

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A gorgeous trail with a sweet descent and plenty of challenging features

Katy Ryan

Dogs No Dogs

Features -none-

Generally closed until Aug 15 for elk calving grounds.

Description

Middle Flagline and the following Lower Flagline trail are super fun downhills. Of course, you need to ride a grunt of an uphill to get that rolly, curvy, rock and root filled gem of a trail. Keep your focus on the downhill if you want to style it. No exposure, but plenty of obstacles and trees to kiss if you're not paying attention. Stay alert and you can find extra drops and rocks to fly over. A few skinnies and log bridges are tossed in also.

Middle Flagline begins at the intersection of Upper Flagline and Flagline Access. Lower down it ends at Lower Flagline and the Flagline Tie.

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Sep 23, 2016
Matt Arnold
Sep 17, 2016
Gregg Andrick
Aug 20, 2016
DeWayne Weaver
Sep 14, 2014
Sam Whalen

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  4.8 from 5 votes

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#45

in Oregon

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Shuttling is weak. Do the loop from Skiliner via North Fork Trail. Oct 6, 2014

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