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4.9 Miles 7.8 Kilometers


106' 32 m


-1,944' -593 m



Avg Grade (5°)


Max Grade (10°)

5,389' 1,642 m


3,511' 1,070 m


Shared By Rob Kranovich


Minor Issues 55 days ago
Some Mud, Fallen Trees - Great ride overall. Bottom section has deep water channel. Can still be ridden by navigating well. Some trees down too. History

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A great downhill run that you can easily shuttle.

Rob Kranovich

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It is now possible to ride across the Bass Lake dam so this trail is accessible from either side of the lake. You can climb the singletrack or take the Central Camp fire road to the top. The fire road makes this a popular destination of downhill bikes that want to shuttle.

There are basically three sections of the trail. The fire road crosses the trail in two places breaking it up. This makes it easy to ride one or all three sections of the trail.

The upper section has a little bit of climbing at the beginning with some great flowing singletrack in the middle. The end of this section is a little technical and fairly steep.

The middle section has some wonderful rock gardens that are fun both climbing and descending. This will challenge intermediate riders and by a lot of fun for experienced riders.

The lower section is just a fun descent. It is fast and it flows very well. There are a couple of sections that have some rocks but nothing to bad. A great place to develop technical skill on a mountain bike, especially since you can use the fire road to go up.


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Nov 3, 2018
Juan Pantoja
Dec 24, 2017
Mark Halvorsen
Road up Central Camp road to the first crossing to check it out. Gnarly run but very rutted out in spots. 6.6mi — 2h 00m
Sep 15, 2017
Kendrick Liu
Nov 23, 2016
Darrin Ferguson
Trail was good all natural with water flow and ruts. The red dirt is slick but not bad due to the recent moisture.
Mar 29, 2016
Dave Aceves Jr
Trail head hard to find, blocked with brush. First segment torn up by motorcycles. Riding up its 8 mi on fireroad from roadway.overall a very fun ride
Nov 10, 2015
Andy Racca
Jun 25, 2015
Ken Lawrence
Jun 21, 2015
Leah Smith
007 is sandy and loose (nothing wrong with that). If you do this human-powered, the climb is a little monotonous.

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  4.2 from 21 votes


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There are also several more sections directly above 007 that extend the singletrack even further. You can also link into it from the top of Shuteye Peak for a ~25mile epic descent. Check Strava & heatmaps for the best route. Jun 9, 2016
The fire road up is a nice easy-does-it climb. Watch for traffic, but the biggest challenge was waiving off the flies from my face. Next time, I think I'll use the head net I use for backpacking. The trail down is great. Motorbikes use the trail too, so be on the lookout for them coming up. The motorbikes also have left ruts, but there's usually room to ride around them. Great ride. Round trip I did 6.8 miles and only went over the handle bars once! I'll be back to explore more. Sep 5, 2016

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