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Tiddlywinks Upper

 3.9 (8)

2.9 Miles 4.6 Kilometers


Singletrack

222' 68 m

Ascent

-90' -27 m

Descent

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

13%

Max Grade (7°)

5,520' 1,683 m

High

5,346' 1,629 m

Low

Shared By Devon Lyons

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Fantastic burmed, fast trail, both up and down

Devon Lyons

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Tiddlywinks is a twisty bermed trail, gradually gaining the elevation you will lose descending Funner. As you ride up, you'll want to ride it in reverse too. After ~5 miles, you will exit the forested trail into a level-ish clearing. There are a few technical rock sections, mostly doable. If I didn't already say it, it hurts to fall in the lava rock sections....they are sharp rocks that leave nasty scars on your body. After ~7 miles, you finish Tiddlywinks, cross the Wanoga Parking lot and continue on Funner. Get ready!

Access trail from Lower Storm King Trail or from Wanoga Sno-Park.

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Aug 28, 2018
Charles Harris
Did upper tiddlywinks to Larson’s trail, lower T to Tyler’s downhill, then catch and release to the welcome center. With Jaden and Garrett 16.5mi
Jul 8, 2018
Josh Golden Eagle
May 27, 2018
Len Pipes
May 26, 2018
Len Pipes
Apr 28, 2018
Brian Grattan
Aug 10, 2017
Will Beaubien
Jul 17, 2017
Richard Berry
Jul 2, 2017
Chuck McQuade

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  3.9 from 8 votes

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  3.9 from 8 votes
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#181

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Markk Knowles
Las Vegas, NV
Markk Knowles   Las Vegas, NV
I truly, seriously & affectionately can not understand why ANYONE would write this trail up the way he did. Funner is a good trail to descend ...but riding up Tiddlywinks should be against all laws. I cried the time I rode up Tiddlywinks. No joke! I believe God himself built Tiddlywinks for riding DH in a fast and flowy fashion. DO NOT RIDE DOWN Funner just to climb Tiddlywinks....unless of coarse big breasts, full cold kegs & piles of crispy bacon are not your kind of thing either. Jul 27, 2015
I agree with the previous post that Tiddlywinks should be a DH only trail. Go up Funner and down Tiddlywinks which is loaded with bermed turns and jumps. It's a blast and there's a reason why it's the most popular trail in the area. All the jumps are rollable or have go-arounds so it's for intermediate and above abilities. Aug 6, 2018

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