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Upper C.O.D.

 6 votes

4.1 Miles 6.5 Kilometers


Singletrack

497' 151 m

Ascent

-39' -12 m

Descent

4,518' 1,377 m

High

4,054' 1,236 m

Low

3%

Avg Grade (1°)

10%

Max Grade (6°)

All Clear

85 days agoUpdate

A nicely flowing trail with great technical obstacles.

Katy Ryan

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The name stands for Cash on Delivery, appropriately named, because this one delivers. It's a fun flow trail, with plenty of technical obstacles. The trail is heavily forested, so scenic horizon views are minimal. But you'll find an excellent trail system with technical (large lava rock sections), banked turns, and lots of fun sections.

Also, Dirty Pirate can be accessed from C.O.D. (definitely a challenging terrain park of sorts.)

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All Clear 85 days ago
Mostly Dry, Fallen Trees - We had an amazing time riding this loop today. There are some down trees but for the most part it’s clear. Enjoy!
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Another trail way more fun going downhill (from Storm King down to across the Cascades Lakes freeway from road #41). About a mile and a half from the "bottom" (i.e. near road #41) there is a lengthy technical section of volcanic rocks with the added fun of a ravine on the south side of the trail). Jul 12, 2015

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