Eagle Vail Trail

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2.4 Miles 3.9 Kilometers


Singletrack

248' 76 m

Ascent

-666' -203 m

Descent

7,953' 2,424 m

High

7,535' 2,297 m

Low

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

26%

Max Grade (15°)

Unknown

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A surprisingly good workout through nice forest.

Nick Wilder

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Though this trail has no sweeping vistas or long climbs, there are many short, intense bursts up and down. It travels along the bench above the valley floor, almost never flat, but not very hard either. It goes in and out of the woods and scrub many times and twice edges close to a golf course down the hill (with lots of no trespassing signs). Just follow the signs and stay on the dirt.

Overall, it's an easy intermediate trail and a great finish to Paulie's Plunge s Plunge if you've come from that way.

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Oct 27, 2016
Ryan Gifford
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Lee Peezee
Jun 15, 2016
Lee Peezee
May 31, 2016
julia forsthoff
Such a fun ride with awesome climbs and amazing downhill. Great for beginner downhill experience 2.4mi
Jul 20, 2014
Gustav Wold
Nice ride up the road and climb up to the start! 6.9mi — 53h 04m
Jun 4, 2014
Kristen Caples
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Access the trail head at the cul de sac of eagle dr. There is parking at the trail head on eagle dr but no parking at the end in the golf course. Plan accordingly! There is a bike path on hwy 6 that will take you to eagle rd and back to eagle dr to trail head. Aug 1, 2015


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