7th St Loop

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Trail

3.0 Miles 4.9 Kilometers


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Singletrack

576' 176 m

Ascent

-579' -176 m

Descent

1,170' 357 m

High

647' 197 m

Low

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

21%

Max Grade (12°)

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A gorgeous descent into a deep, shaded forest full of fast flow and tight switchbacks.

David Gregg

Overview

This loop ties a fun descent on Ahwingna Trail to a nice climb on Native Oak Trail.

Description

The first 1/2 mile is a super fast, flowy singletrack. At the split, stay left and descend a steep hillside. Into the tree-covered slope the trail cuts long straight lines separated by many tight, steep switchbacks. At the bottom of the ravine green is everywhere, like Lord of the Rings. The trail resumes the swoopy, race track and eventually emerges from shade into a small clearing where you can prepare for the climb out.

Similar to the descent, the climb is almost completely shaded and full of green. Cresting the final hill, you emerge into a steep rock chute. Be careful through this mini-luge, the rocks are loose. Follow the trail left along the chain link fence 1/2 mile to the original break to complete the loop.

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Nov 23, 2016
Yyon Buckroff
Rode this trail today with my 9 and 11-year-old nice ride a lot of switchbacks and quite a bit of up hill riding but way worth it towards the end. 3mi — 2h 00m
Nov 15, 2016
kyle riedel
steep, wide, hikers.. but pretty fun area to ride around overall. 19mi
Jun 20, 2015
Joshua Hibbard
Mar 9, 2014
Tommy Rubendall

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  3.8 from 10 votes

#4

in Los Angeles

#1157

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in Los Angeles

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All Clear 19 days ago
Dry: Just keep an eye out for all the hikers!
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