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Hardesty Trail #3469

 4.2 (10)

5.5 Miles 8.8 Kilometers


Singletrack

390' 119 m

Ascent

-3,126' -953 m

Descent

12%

Avg Grade (7°)

52%

Max Grade (27°)

4,207' 1,282 m

High

1,084' 330 m

Low

Shared By Brock B-Rock

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A high speed, flowy and steep trail.

Brock B-Rock

Dogs Unknown

Features -none-

Description

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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Check-Ins

Jun 15, 2018
Joshrau10 Rau
May 5, 2018
Rick Silva
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

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  4.2 from 10 votes

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