Bowls and Ledges

 6 votes

0.9 Miles 1.5 Kilometers


Singletrack

2' 1 m

Ascent

-61' -18 m

Descent

5,222' 1,592 m

High

5,161' 1,573 m

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2%

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A fun connector and warm up for the other trails.

Kevin Christopherson

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Going clockwise, Bowels and Ledges starts by branching off the North Rim Train, and ends at the junction with the Practice Trail. You can also branch off onto the Windmill Trail. I love this little connector trail. It can be ridden either direction depending on which loop you want to do. As the name implies, it's natures bike park with many bowls, aka "half-pipes", just begging to be ridden. The Practice Trail is the easiest trail in the network, the South Rim is the hardest, and this falls somewhere in the middle.

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Apr 30, 2017
willross Ross
Mar 25, 2017
Paul Schmidt
part of the north rim ride to the point...follow the white dots and push your tech skills!
Apr 19, 2015
Rocky Tello
Oct 27, 2013
Markk Knowles
MTBing doesn't get any more fun than this.

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in Utah

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