Elings Park - Downhill Trail

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0.7 Miles 1.1 Kilometers


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2' 0 m

Ascent

-228' -70 m

Descent

408' 124 m

High

180' 55 m

Low

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

24%

Max Grade (13°)

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A fun place to ride near downtown Santa Barbara and the beach.

Kevin Fox

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Some trails are marked as hiking only, please respect these trails.
Elings has a variety of trails from the beginner to advanced rider. The most popular trail in the park is probably the downhill trail on the south side of the park. This trail was built and used for a number of years in races at the Santa Barbara Bike Fest. It contains a number of sharp turns, jump features, and other obstacles. This trail is the one fond on the map here.

Elings is a place to just choose a trail and see where it goes. The park is small so it is very difficult to get lost. Most people will complete a number of up and down loops here and get a great workout in the process.

The best map of of trails at Elings Park can be found at the Santa Barbara Multi-Use Trails Coalition website. Look here: multiuse.org/maps.htm

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Minor Issues 21 days ago
Dry - Rutted, advanced features in disrepair
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This is a fun after work spot - watch out for hikers and off-leash dogs. Bells are encouraged. Mar 1, 2016


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