Tiddlywinks Upper

 7 votes

2.9 Miles 4.6 Kilometers


Singletrack

222' 68 m

Ascent

-90' -27 m

Descent

5,520' 1,683 m

High

5,346' 1,629 m

Low

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

13%

Max Grade (7°)

All Clear

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Fantastic burmed, fast trail, both up and down

Devon Lyons

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Description

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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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


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