Harris Hill Fat Bike Ride

 2 votes

2.6 Miles 4.2 Kilometers


85%

Singletrack

170' 52 m

Ascent

-169' -51 m

Descent

1,815' 553 m

High

1,676' 511 m

Low

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

12%

Max Grade (7°)

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A combination of existing loops to make a main route for snow sports.

Jeff Brockelbank

Overview

This ride takes the easiest sections of No Dab, Rib Tickler, and Humpty Dumpty to make an easy winter sporting trail.

The winter trail strays from the summer trails a bit, as you can see on the map.

Need to Know

This loop is flagged with pink ribbon, to differentiate it from the existing trails

Description

The trail starts out on the No Dab singletrack. The first downhill section should be a good one. After the downhill stay left and go straight this will put you on a connector to put you onto Rib Tickler. The loop section on Rib Tickler may have the most difficulty. In this direction the downhill will be on a narrow trail. The uphill is wider and should be easily done.

After completing the loop section on Rib Tickler, the trail uses another connector to take you out Humpty Dumpty. There is a good downhill for you here, followed by a short uphill that should get the blood flowing.

History & Background

These trails use parts of old logging trails and truck roads.

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Jul 29, 2016
Corey Wefing
Very technical and rooty
Jan 29, 2016
Dave Johnson
Aug 23, 2015
Mark Konopasek
so many intersections that our was hard to decide if I was on or off

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Minor Issues 4 days ago
Muddy - Slick sections, the stream seems high at some crossings
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