Bull Run

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5.2 Miles 8.4 Kilometers


Singletrack

154' 47 m

Ascent

-807' -246 m

Descent

5,770' 1,759 m

High

5,114' 1,559 m

Low

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

21%

Max Grade (12°)

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An excellent singletrack and slickrock start to the Mag 7 ride.

Leslie Kehmeier

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Bull Run starts at the Mag 7 trailhead at the upper end of Gemini Bridges Road. From the right side of the parking area the trail jumps right into a mix of singletrack and slickrock with a small canyon to your left.

The canyon rim transitions from your left side to your right side about a third of the way into the trail. The canyon you'll see now is much larger than the previous one.

After a good bit of trail, there's a section of road to navigate and then lots more rolling and ledgy slickrock to cover. The views into the canyon are spectacular now.

After the second road crossing, the slickrock continues before a longer stretch of sandy singletrack. The trail exits onto the road here. Turn right and ride downhill to a major intersection with Great Escape, Getaway and Arth's Corner.

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Nov 26, 2016
Sergey Tsibel
Epic an fun ride! Pure bull run. 5.2mi
Oct 17, 2016
Ro M0
Fun with some flow but technical. Wouldn't ride again 5.2mi
Oct 14, 2016
Jim Ballantyne
Sep 29, 2016
Martin Asao
Sep 23, 2016
Bret Edge
Rode Getaway up and Bull Run down. Trail's in excellent condition and I saw only 2 other bikes on the whole loop.
Apr 21, 2016
Ed Pfromer
Jan 22, 2016
dave calvin
Oct 26, 2015
Hunter Maddox

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