Serpentine Trail

 2 votes

0.9 Miles 1.5 Kilometers


Singletrack

283' 86 m

Ascent

-65' -20 m

Descent

942' 287 m

High

660' 201 m

Low

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

15%

Max Grade (9°)

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One of the challenging Camp Tamarancho trails - a steady climb with some technical rock features.

Mike Ahnemann

Overview

This trail is on the privately operated Camp Tamarancho. Riders 14 and older must poses a day or annual Tamarancho Friends Pass to ride here. To learn more, click here.
Dogs: No Dogs

Description

If you're riding the Camp Tamarancho Loop, this is where the riding starts to become more difficult. The first 3/4 of a mile along this trail is a consistent climb - not too challenging or steep, but steady. Then, the trail adds in some big features, including one known quite simply as "the rock," a big rideable boulder (with an optional bypass) that adds a nice challenge for more experienced riders.

The last 1/4 mile includes a bunch of climbing switchbacks, and the trail eventually ends at another obvious dirt road. Cross this road, and you'll be on Wagon Wheel Trail.

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