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A short technical introduction to the gravity features at Sandy Ridge.


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Map Key

0.6

Miles

1.0

KM

Singletrack

2,384' 727 m

High

2,280' 695 m

Low

104' 32 m

Up

100' 31 m

Down

6%

Avg Grade (4°)

15%

Max Grade (8°)

Dogs Unknown

E-Bikes Unknown

Parking fee: A day pass is $5 for a passenger vehicle, $10 for a van, and $20 for a bus and annual pass is $30. The annual pass is a district-wide pass for the whole Oregon North Cascades District. All transactions can be done through Recreation.gov or the Rec.gov app.

Description

Rock Drop is a great way to get familiar with the technical features and gravity elements found throughout the Sandy Ridge system.

Climbing initially from the upper trailhead, Rock Drop then transitions into rocky drops and rollers.

The trail can be sessioned by exiting left at the bottom and pedaling back towards the beginning via Three Thirty Eight and Rock Drop Return.

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Shared By:

Leslie Kehmeier

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Three Thirty Eight offers a little more pedaling than other trails at Sandy Ridge
Jul 30, 2013 near Mount H…, OR

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