Dell's Trail

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0.5 Miles 0.8 Kilometers


Singletrack

27' 8 m

Ascent

-28' -9 m

Descent

502' 153 m

High

479' 146 m

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2%

Avg Grade (1°)

6%

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A unique, feature filled trail to excite any rider.

Philip Darden

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Path flows through the glen behind the ranger station and traverses a small feeder creek for the lake. Introduces riders to undulating terrain and allows practicing of handling skill. Flat curves on one side of the cool forest valley are mirrored by banked turns and switchback climbs on the other. The trail begins and ends between the beach pavilion and the fence along the parking loop. It represents other longer trails in the park. If you can master this trail, youre ready for the longer and slightly more technical trails in the park.

This trail also features many wooden structures like the "Accelerator", "Great Wall of Chewacla" wall ride and "Lock Ness Cobra". All features, other than the Lock Ness Cobra, have alternate routes to allow even the most inexperienced rider experience the trail without having to ride above their ability.

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Oct 22, 2016
gunnar wright
What a great trail. Just wish I had more time to ride more. 6.2mi — 0h 48m

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  4.7 from 6 votes

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All Clear 62 days ago
Dry - The trails have been very well-maintained, a lot of fun and worth the trip.
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