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Boondocks

 6 votes

Length

1.1 Miles 1.7 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

84' 26 m

Ascent

-87' -26 m

Descent

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

8%

Max Grade (5°)

4,483' 1,367 m

High

4,422' 1,348 m

Low

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The western most loop in the Klonzo trails; you choose between open or twisty singletrack.

Leslie Kehmeier

Overview

Description

Like Dunestone, Boondocks can be ridden as a single loop from the lower Klonzo parking area or as part of a bigger ride (try Klonzo - Lower Loop).

Starting from the top end of Boondocks, you'll be at the edge of the mesa top looking down over a red dirt valley littered with clusters of white sandstone formations. Follow the purple paint stripes to the right (Dunestone is bright green).

The trail descends quickly through a break in the rim, across a saddle and around to another intersection. Stay right to take the eastern leg of the Boondocks loop - a more open and flowing feel. Going left will take you through more twists and turns among boulders. Both legs end up at the bottom of a wash at an intersection with Dunestone. From here it's a short punchy climb up and over to get back to the lower Klonzo parking area.

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  3.3 from 6 votes

#15

in Klonzo Trails

#11438

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  3.3 from 6 votes
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#15

in Klonzo Trails

#392

in Utah

#11,438

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