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Sugar Magnolia #926

 8 votes

Length

0.9 Miles 1.5 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

272' 83 m

Ascent

-18' -5 m

Descent

6%

Avg Grade (3°)

16%

Max Grade (9°)

8,683' 2,647 m

High

8,429' 2,569 m

Low

Conditions


All Clear 43 days ago
Snowy - Snowshoe and bootpacked. Dry in places in the sun. In the trees it's all snow. Can be very fast and flowy! History

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A fun quick technical ascent into West Mag, or a gnarly little descent, depending on your direction.

Mike Ahnemann

Overview

Dogs: Leashed

Description

Sugar Magnolia was recently re-routed and rebuilt as part of the big logging / deforestation effort that closed the West Mag trail system for much of the 2012 riding season.

The trail features a fairly technical rocky section that makes for a challenging but rideable climb on the way up, and several nicely built berms that make the downhill fun as well.

Although it's a short trail, it's very fun. As with much of West Magnolia, there are optional moves and jumps over rocks if you know where to look.

This trail can be used as an entrance to West Magnolia riding up towards the school from town, but it's not the most common trailhead to start from.

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Sep 21, 2017
Alex Thëil
Sep 1, 2017
Jared Crockett
Really fun trail.
Apr 18, 2017
Craig Gomulka
First ride with the big group
Oct 22, 2016
Raúl Gross
Up for the big loop, then down to the car.
Sep 5, 2015
Mike JU
Aug 29, 2014
Cornelius Jefferson
Flora and Turk

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  4.0 from 8 votes

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#482

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