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black Uf Dah Loop

Trail

1.1 mile 1.8 kilometer out and back
Singletrack
Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 43' 13 m
Descent: -47' -14 m
High: 1,152' 351 m
Low: 1,120' 341 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 2% (1°)
Max Grade: 6% (3°)

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Trail shared by jeff parker

Uf Dah is full of exciting steep descents and climbs, roots, and side slopes.

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Description

Uf Dah (a Norwegian expression of surprise, astonishment, or exhaustion) is a minimally improved loop making excellent use of the natural terrain of tight narrow ravines and ridges at the edge of the Swedetown Trails property. It starts off running along the rim of a ravine, then suddenly drops down into a series of side ravines, with very sudden transitions, compressions, and climbs, finally dropping into the bottom of the main ravine along a very narrow bench.

It then climbs takes a steep, rooty climb between close trees back out, along a center ridge, then again down new side ravines, sweeping back and forth at times, with the peaks of the sweeps often on significant, rooty side slopes. It then climbs out of the final ravine with a short respite of flatter ground through a meadow and woods, returning you to Porcupine Loop.

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Contacts

Local Club: Swedetown Trails Club

Land Manager: Calumet Township

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