Borderline

 8 votes
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1.7 Miles 2.7 Kilometers


Singletrack

378' 115 m

Ascent

-8' -3 m

Descent

4,747' 1,447 m

High

4,377' 1,334 m

Low

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

14%

Max Grade (8°)

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Rolling, smooth singletrack that borders the south and east sides of Klonzo.

Leslie Kehmeier

Description

Borderline runs along the southern and eastern portions of the Klonzo trail system, connecting with most of the trails.

From the lower parking area, Borderline provides access to Dunestone, Boondocks and the Klonzo - Lower Loop ride.

From the upper parking area, the trail connects with Cross Canyon, Secret Passage and Wahoo.

The trail is rolling and smooth with little climbing between the two parking areas. From the upper parking area to Wahoo, Borderline is best ridden downhill to maximize the fun and flowy nature of the trail. Klonzo - Upper Loop is a great ride for this experience.

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Apr 16, 2017
Seth Thomas
1.7mi
Feb 25, 2017
Michelle Clark-Conley
ride up this to get to gravitron
Oct 17, 2015
Quinn Donnelly
May 24, 2015
Randall Violett
May 17, 2014
John Connolly
Pretty boring. I used this to go down to the lower parking lot from Wahoo. These Klonzo trails don't have much in the way of character IMO.
Feb 15, 2014
Andrew Shaber

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  3.3 from 8 votes

#12

in Klonzo Trails

#8720

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#12

in Klonzo Trails

#314

in Utah

#8,720

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All Clear 2 days ago
Dry - Fun as always. Good condition. Rides well both ways but most fun counter clockwise.
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