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Zippity Do Da

 79 votes

Length

2.4 Miles 3.9 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

146' 44 m

Ascent

-549' -167 m

Descent

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

23%

Max Grade (13°)

5,489' 1,673 m

High

5,086' 1,550 m

Low

Conditions


Bad / Closed 12 days ago
Muddy - Started snowing half way up the climb and by the top we could not pedal because our bikes kept clogging up. History

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Amazingly fun and steep rollers. Ear to ear grins guaranteed!

Nick Wilder

Overview

Downhill only.

Description

Usually done as part of the Zippity Loop.

From the Frontside trail high up the hill, head south along a pleasant ridge for about a half mile until the BIG rollers start to appear. You'll climb up short hills and down BIG and STEEP hills over and over. The descents are smooth and have clean runouts at the bottom, so take it easy on the brakes, sit way back, don't think too much, and you'll be fine.

Eventually the rolling ridge and hills come to an end and you're back on the same lollipop stick near the start.

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Dec 27, 2017
Darren Squashic
Nov 26, 2017
Katie Purdy
Nov 4, 2017
Joe Rider
Oct 28, 2017
Clare Liu
Oct 28, 2017
Ashley Plumer
Oct 21, 2017
Paul Billings
Amazing roller-coaster ride! Feels super isolated. You'll likely walk some of the climbs, but they're so worth it.
Oct 13, 2017
Jack Graber
Sep 14, 2017
Chris Maze

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  4.5 from 79 votes

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Ben Aylsworth
Toronto, ON
Ben Aylsworth   Toronto, ON
Fun trail. Mind one of the lips. Need to hip it a bit to the left. ;-) May 4, 2014

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