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Worsham Canyon Trail

 10 votes

Length

1.7 Miles 2.8 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

60' 18 m

Ascent

-421' -128 m

Descent

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

21%

Max Grade (12°)

1,116' 340 m

High

743' 226 m

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Skinny as a ribbon, this snaking trail dives in and out of a never-ending supply of rolling hills.

David Gregg

Overview

Dogs: Leashed

Description

The is a really fun, thin strip of trail that smoothly weaves in and out of an assembly line of land wrinkles for 1.7 miles. Technically, it's very easy, but the narrow width and mild hillside exposure makes it feel more dificult. Along this stretch, 1.5 miles from the start of Cow Trail, you'll come to a hilltop overlooking Whittier College football stadium. Do not take the downhill trail to the left (Worsham Canyon spur), stay right for another 1/4 mile to a wide staging area where Workman Ridge Trail goes uphill right, and Worsham alternative - fun intermediate singletrack goes left along the backyard fences.

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Jul 5, 2017
Christopher Salerno
Mar 31, 2017
Ray D
Mar 2, 2017
loose-screw dull-tool
1h 00m
Apr 9, 2015
Tony Perry
Did Skyline to Cow Trail 6mi — 1h 34m

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  3.9 from 10 votes

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  3.9 from 10 votes
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in California

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First time rode there yesterday. I didn't expect that much ripples on the trail which is not quite pleasant. But overall is good with mostly downhill and some uphill session to relax the nerve a bit. Not technically difficult. Sep 30, 2016
loose-screw dull-tool   California
Rode this first time on 03.02.17. Trail is well maintained, fairly "flowy". Surface is very hard packed and very rippled, creating a chattery ride. With my aggressive knobbed 2.5 tires and suspension full open, trail was frequently somewhat sketchy as my tires were often left looking for grip. The maintenance has also caused the trail to be dug in, creating unneeded tall vertical sides in areas. Mar 6, 2017

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