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Anarchy

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Length

0.5 Miles 0.7 Kilometers


Singletrack

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Ascent

-384' -117 m

Descent

16%

Avg Grade (9°)

35%

Max Grade (19°)

5,810' 1,771 m

High

5,426' 1,654 m

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Purely downhill, technical, extremely steep in spots and a lot of fun.

John Gallagher

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Every once in a while as I am heading out of the Outlaw area, I feel the need to scare myself. At times like these I head to Anaarchy.

This is the most difficult trail in the Outlaw area. It is purely a downhill trail. It has a few short sections that are very steep. There are countless spots if you don't put your front wheel in the right spot you are going to stuff a rock that will endo you. There are no mandatory jumps, but some significant roll-ins. Having said all of that, it is super fun and will test your skills.

There are a couple of pitches in this trail that are steep enough that once committed you probably will not be able to slow down, much less stop. Scout them first.

Anarchy connects at the terminus of Above the Law. At its bottom, it connects near the first pitch of the Outlaw Trail. There is no signage for this trail, or any trail in the Outlaw area, and you have to pay attention to the rock piles and subtle terrain features to find your way.

Watch the following YouTube video for an overview of the Outlaw trail network.

Contacts

Local Club: Park County Pedalers

Land Manager: BLM Wyoming - Lander

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