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Hardesty Trail #3469

 9 votes

5.5 Miles 8.8 Kilometers


Singletrack

390' 119 m

Ascent

-3,126' -953 m

Descent

4,207' 1,282 m

High

1,084' 330 m

Low

12%

Avg Grade (7°)

52%

Max Grade (27°)

Unknown

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A high speed, flowy and steep trail.

Brock B-Rock

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If you're shuttling, bring a 4x4 to get through the washout after the saddle. It's safe to drive through in a capable rig with a moderately experienced driver. Your Subaru probably won't make it. If you're riding, it's about 1.5 miles of gravel climbing from the washout to the trailhead - a mostly mellow, middle ring climb.

Hardesty isn't high in technical demands, but it's steep in many sections (with switchbacks) and has a LOT of exposure and twisty/flowy speed.

The lower section straightens out a bit with less exposure, so the speed goes way up, but beware of the ferns hiding rocks and big roots.

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Aug 26, 2017
Konstantin Alemasov
Aug 26, 2017
Patrick Miller
5.8mi
Jul 30, 2017
Chris Martin
Jul 14, 2017
Richard Rosko
Nov 13, 2016
Stefano Pellerano
3 trails loop: up Goodman, Lost Creek, Saw Tooth and then down on Hardesty. Just 3 miles of forest road to connect from Goodman to Lost Creek. 19.3mi
Aug 30, 2015
Jeremy Stecker
The climb was tough for some and a WET day. We had a good time. Take a R at the uphill, left after that, and a R at the rocks. go straight at alca 8.4mi — 1h 21m
Jul 17, 2015
Doug King
at MBO '15 with Nick.

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