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Rotary

 4.0 (11)

3.3 Miles 5.4 Kilometers


Singletrack

327' 100 m

Ascent

-435' -132 m

Descent

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

17%

Max Grade (10°)

7,171' 2,186 m

High

6,802' 2,073 m

Low

Shared By Leslie Kehmeier

Conditions


All Clear 36 days ago
Dry History

Getting forecast...

A whole lotta flow packing into one great little trail!

Leslie Kehmeier

Dogs Unknown

Features -none-

Description

Rotary begins towards the bottom of Ridge. The trail climbs easily at first, twisting and turning its way through oak brush and across sage meadows.

At the top of the climb, Rotary intersects with an upper connector to Ridge. From here the trail transitions to a more gravity-style experience with banks, berms and rollers.

After the last series of rollers, the trail traverses a large flat meadow and crosses a large boardwalk. The final bit of trail runs along the hillside above Cow Creek back to the trailhead.

The route can be done by itself or as part of the Beall - Ridge - Rotary Loop.

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Check-Ins

Sep 2, 2018
Trystan Smith
May 22, 2018
Chris Holder
4.3mi
May 15, 2018
Chris Holder
4.3mi
Jul 3, 2017
Andrew Koransky
Jul 3, 2017
April E
Hot day. Easy ride to take someone on for their first ride. 3.3mi
May 29, 2017
Andrew Grabowski
Trail was in pretty good shape. Dry in most parts, but the tacky parts with horse hooves prints made it a bit rougher than needed. 4mi
Oct 22, 2016
Aaron Hardy
Aug 13, 2016
Kacy Carmichael

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  4.0 from 11 votes

#5088

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#481

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#5,088

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