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Pinecone

 4.6 (14)

3.8 Miles 6.1 Kilometers


Singletrack

1,393' 425 m

Ascent

-23' -7 m

Descent

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

22%

Max Grade (13°)

9,809' 2,990 m

High

8,416' 2,565 m

Low

Shared By Leslie Kehmeier

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All Clear 26 days ago
Just a little patch of snow at the top of pinecone History

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

Leslie Kehmeier

Dogs Unknown

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Description

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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Jul 14, 2018
John Gipson
Did as part of a 70 mile loop on dropbar mtbs. 3.8mi
Jun 30, 2018
Tim Larisch
Jun 10, 2018
Avery Cook
Aug 13, 2017
Lonnie Porter
Aug 4, 2017
John Wallace
Beautiful ride great singletrack. Most fun downhill all year
Aug 5, 2016
Peter Streibig
Oct 16, 2015
BenP Papps
Aug 30, 2015
Chuck Werstak

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  4.6 from 14 votes

#1

in Park City

#345

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  4.6 from 14 votes
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in Park City

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in Utah

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Ken Smith
Missoula, MT
Ken Smith   Missoula, MT
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
Jacob Crockett
Salt Lake City, UT
Jacob Crockett   Salt Lake City, UT
One of the best trails in the Wasatch Jun 9, 2018

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