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Redneck Jungle

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A fun very buff romp through giant sage brush. The easiest trail in the area.


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Map Key

1.4

Miles

2.2

KM

Singletrack

5,409' 1,649 m

High

5,227' 1,593 m

Low

187' 57 m

Up

5' 2 m

Down

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

5%

Max Grade (3°)

Dogs Unknown

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Description

This is a low angle, very buff trail that takes you through some giant sage brush. The Redneck Jungle is the easiest trail in the Outlaw area. It sits down in a north-south valley so it is almost always out of the wind on those blustery days. The trail gets less traffic past the Redneck Jungle Connector to Upper Trails.

The further upstream you go, the more challenging the trail becomes. If you proceed to the the private fence line at the top of the trail, you'll have to cross the stream channel several times. These crossings are steep and are beyond beginners' skills. But, the higher up you go, the wilder the terrain becomes and the more exploring there is for the kids to do.

Contacts

Local Club: Park County Pedalers

Land Manager: BLM Wyoming - Lander

Shared By:

John Gallagher

Trail Ratings

  5.0 from 1 vote

#3

in Cody

#2875

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#3

in Cody

#48

in Wyoming

#2,875

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The connector to the upper trails has some fun stuff, including one of the best natural rock berms you'll ever find.
Jul 26, 2013 near Cody, WY
The upper reaches of the Redneck Jungle trail gets a bit wilder and the trail is less traveled.
Jul 26, 2013 near Cody, WY
On the Redneck Jungle trail before the Dry Creek valley tightens up.
Jul 26, 2013 near Cody, WY

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