Rabid Rabbit

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0.7 Miles 1.2 Kilometers


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Ascent

-292' -89 m

Descent

2,267' 691 m

High

1,975' 602 m

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8%

Avg Grade (4°)

14%

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Berms, turns, and fundulation make rabid rabbit a real winner.

Eric Ashley

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The trails on Beacon Hill and Camp Sekani utilize areas of public and private property. Respect boundaries and stay on the trails so that these locations continue to be a great area to bike in Spokane.
A trail that is unabashedly meant to be ridden down hill, Rabid Rabbit has a lot going for it; a sophisticated name, tight corners, smooth berms, and plenty of "fundulation" to keep you coming back.

The trail takes off from the middle of Upper Dan by briefly leading you through a small meadow opening (look for flowers during the spring) and then quickly dives into tighter sections to keep you happily on your toes. A feeling of excitment that continues as you glide across rollers on your journey to a spiraling gully traverse.

Once you've crossed through the gully and across the doubletrack it's on to a narrow section with a little exposure and a lot of attitude. Watch out because this section can get pretty sandy. After a few tight turns Rabid Rabbit winds you down easy with a series of gentle berms curving through the forest.

A quick pedal past the dirt jumps and you'll connect with Up Chuck on your way back to the parking lot, or off for another loop.

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Mar 12, 2014
Eric Ashley
Rabid Rabbit is in nice condition. The dirt is good and grippy. 0.7mi

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  4.3 from 3 votes

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