Madrone Trail

 16 votes

7.6 Miles 12.2 Kilometers


100%

Singletrack

557' 170 m

Ascent

-529' -161 m

Descent

1,020' 311 m

High

923' 281 m

Low

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

11%

Max Grade (6°)

All Clear

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An awesome rocky, flowy taste of hill country trails.

Cooper Sellers

Overview

I hope you like rocks because the Madrone Trail is full of them! The entire route is littered with small to large rocks and will require a good eye for finding the lines and navigating over and around the rocky terrain.

Description

Fortunately this route is pretty easy to follow. The trail is well marked and generally flows in one direction. For this reason it is not hard to ride the trail without a guide but bringing someone who knows the trail can allow you to ride and be warned of upcoming rock gardens or step ups.

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Apr 20, 2017
Aubrey Last Name
Apr 19, 2017
Aubrey Last Name
Mar 14, 2017
Tyler Brummel
went with Lauren while she hiked, big drops and fun climbs. Great views 3.5mi
Feb 22, 2017
Josh Spoores
Rocky. Step ups, drop offs, some mis-direction but fun trail. would come back. 8mi
Jan 14, 2017
Yoshi Yoshida
It was foggy the whole day and the leaves and rocks were slick. Watch out for traction! A CX bike might not be the best bike for this LOl 2mi
Oct 22, 2016
Casey Jenen
Aug 28, 2016
Jamie Umbras
7.6mi
Aug 9, 2016
Matthew Quintanilla

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  4.2 from 16 votes

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in Texas

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Like a non-stop rock garden with some step ups, plenty of drops. Fun trail - great to work on bike handling. Feb 22, 2017


This was pretty technical, but flowed nicely up and around the hills. It'd be nice if the guard at the gate to the park knew mountain biking was allowed. He was trying to deter us, "we don't have people come here to ride the trails...".. we ended up renting a camping space (cheap, $12 for two of us) to ride for the day. We enjoyed it nonetheless. May 8, 2017


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