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Hummingbird

 13 votes

1.8 Miles 3.0 Kilometers


Singletrack

35' 11 m

Ascent

-987' -301 m

Descent

2,079' 634 m

High

1,092' 333 m

Low

11%

Avg Grade (6°)

25%

Max Grade (14°)

All Clear

26 days agoUpdate

A DH rider's delight.

Tim Condit

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Description

The Hummingbird trail packs a mixed bag of terrain. Loose rocks, large boulders, a 8-10' roller drop, tight switchbacks, high speed sections, and a few small jumps. The trail can be hiked with a DH bike from the trailhead at the Rocky Peak exit, but you'll need a shuttle from the bottom of the Hummingbird trail. It you want to ride your All Mountain bike, ride the Chumash/Hummingbird Loop.

The only negative is that it's gotten quite a bit of use (and abuse) from the DH'ers who have sadly cut new trails across sections that used to be nice technical switchbacks.

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good place for a ride be prepared Apr 10, 2014

 
I was checking this out with no understanding of some of the terms used. When you say hike you actually mean that you must hike your bicycle up to a place to begin the trip. Although the trail itself may start somewhere up in the hills I think it would be helpful to include the distance and elevation to get from the parking spot to the actual trail. Aug 25, 2014

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