Pinecone

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3.8 Miles 6.1 Kilometers


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1,393' 425 m

Ascent

-23' -7 m

Descent

9,809' 2,990 m

High

8,416' 2,565 m

Low

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

22%

Max Grade (13°)

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The link from Mid Mountain to the high altitudes of the Wasatch Crest.

Leslie Kehmeier

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Pinecone is the transition from the aspen and pine forests to high alpine tundra.

The route is a steady pedal up with views that open up the higher you go. The last couple of miles is a grind for the most part, except for the very last bit that mellows out before Wasatch Crest.

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Aug 5, 2016
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Oct 16, 2015
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Aug 30, 2015
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Jul 7, 2014
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  4.5 from 11 votes

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in Park City

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The ride description is based on an uphill approach. We rode up past shadow lake and down Pinecone. Our first ride was on a Sunday and we met several uphill riders which impacted the flow but was still a great ride. Our second ride was earlier on a Friday morning, the day after a moderate rain, and the dirt was amazing. We only met 5 uphill riders and the speed and flow of the decent was great! This is a great intermediate trail. Jul 14, 2014


No idea why you would ride up this. It has some of the best downhill flow in all of Park City. Take Scotties/Puke Hill to the top or climb up via Shadow Lake to Puke Hill and enjoy one of the best flow trails in the area. Oct 12, 2016


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