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Wildcat Creek Trail

 3.0 (3)

4.2 Miles 6.8 Kilometers


Doubletrack

421' 128 m

Ascent

-169' -52 m

Descent

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

10%

Max Grade (6°)

526' 160 m

High

274' 84 m

Low

Shared By Shayne Holderby

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No motor assisted bikes allowed at this time. History

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An easy beginner trail with several branching singletrack options.

Shayne Holderby

Dogs Unknown

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Description

This trail starts with a fairly steep climb along a paved fire road. Eventually the road turns to a dirt road and runs slightly uphill the whole way out along the trail. The trail is great for anyone just learning how to mountain bike.

It's as wide as a two lane road and has several singletrack options that branch off to the right. Hikers and runners are no problem here as there is a ton of room to pass. The trail is also popular for cyclocross riders. No rocks or technical areas - just a scenic ride through the hills.

Note: The trail as marked stops at the limit of bike usage. Although a map will show Wildcat Canyon Trail continuing on beyond the track, that trail is for hikers only.

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Sep 17, 2018
Oscar Alf
Esta chida Para novatos yeeee 4.2mi
Aug 27, 2018
Jen Elise McKey
First ride easy and fun. Great to learn my bike and mountain biking with dual suspension 6.2mi
Aug 7, 2018
Boom Caca
Jan 7, 2018
Dan Hughes
Dec 17, 2017
Sam Sagario
May 30, 2015
The Tarnelope
4.2mi

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