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Emma McCrary Trail

 4.6 (34)

2.0 Miles 3.3 Kilometers


Singletrack

367' 112 m

Ascent

-53' -16 m

Descent

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

13%

Max Grade (8°)

416' 127 m

High

101' 31 m

Low

Shared By Eric Decker

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All Clear 18 days ago

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Flowy trail between Rincon and Golf Course Drive.

Eric Decker

Dogs Unknown

Features -none-

Description

The Emma McCrary trail is a nice singletrack that was built by many volunteers and spearheaded by the Mountain Bikers of Santa Cruz. It is a beginner friendly trail (no more than 7% grade, but usually much less than that) that runs from the trailhead at the end of Golf Course Drive to the intersection of the U-con Trail and Rincon Trail.

Descending, Emma McCrary Trail is particularly yummy, as it is very flowy with many nicely bermed sections. This trail runs through lush groves of redwood trees.

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Check-Ins

Aug 17, 2018
Steve Dorsey
Superfantastic and lots of fun. It gets busy on the weekends! Ride safe and yield to climbers!
Aug 8, 2018
Aron Hughes
Great trail!
Jul 23, 2018
Renée Curwick
May 6, 2018
Brian Brian
Apr 14, 2018
Julie Fuller
First time on trail. It was more technical than I’ve done before with lots of tree roots. Coming down was a blast though. 2mi
Mar 31, 2018
Cal L
Dec 9, 2017
Nathan Ziemba
Nov 9, 2017
Andy Guthe
Great fast wet trail 6.7mi

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Trail Ratings

  4.6 from 34 votes

#1

in Santa Cruz

#73

Overall
  4.6 from 34 votes
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#1

in Santa Cruz

#6

in California

#73

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8,433 Since Aug 9, 2014
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1st time there and had a blast. Apr 24, 2018

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