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Trail

1.4 mile 2.3 kilometer loop
Singletrack
Easy/Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 121' 37 m
Descent: -138' -42 m
High: 328' 100 m
Low: 273' 83 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 3% (2°)
Max Grade: 14% (8°)

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A fun singletrack with flowing trail, some technical obstacles to keep it exciting!

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The area is open during daylight hours only. There's active bow hunting in this area during deer hunting season - use caution.

Description

Turn left onto Rucker's Revenge from the west side of Farrell Rd. at the intersection of Blue Max and Farrell. This trail is a nice downhill followed by an un-hand-railed bridge crossing, which transitions into a short steep climb. The trail will flow for a ways into another set of bridge crossings and begin a fire road climb back to Farrell Rd.

The trail crosses an old dirt road several times and can be used as an exit in multiple places.

At the base of the climb there's a singletrack on the right that weaves back and forth across the fire road which is the depicted route and lots of turns and elevation changes make this a fun ride when ridden in either direction.

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#111

in Alabama

#7,521

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Anonymous User
Anonymous User  
They seem to be logging on the trail and have destroyed most of it around the old trailer park. Jul 3, 2015

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