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Javelina

 11 votes

1.3 Miles 2.0 Kilometers


Singletrack

32' 10 m

Ascent

-333' -102 m

Descent

4,542' 1,384 m

High

4,241' 1,293 m

Low

6%

Avg Grade (3°)

14%

Max Grade (8°)

Unknown

Update

Tight contouring descent on the east side of Soldier Wash.

Leslie Kehmeier

Overview

Description

Javelina is most enjoyable riding north to south, starting at an intersection with Jordan. The upper part of the route is fast downhill that transitions into some tight turns and narrow singletrack.

The middle part of the trail is more mellow with easy turns through open hillsides. Stay to the right when you enter an area below some large houses on the slopes above.

The lower reaches are steeper and twisty providing a fun finish to the route.

From the bottom intersection with Grand Central it's possible to connect over to Crusty and Adobe Jack to create a perimeter route.

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Oct 23, 2017
Vanessa Habl
Oct 5, 2017
Michael Lincroft
Sep 9, 2017
Felipe Ituarte
Jun 23, 2017
Donald Davis
May 5, 2017
Jon Watkins
Apr 19, 2017
Claude Guay
Mar 7, 2017
Chas Mangarpan
fun trail to get you back to 89a from the Jordan trailhead area. From North to South it's a fun, short trail with minor climbs and lots of quick fl... 1.3mi
Feb 13, 2017
Hollie Potvin
Nice and flowing decent when you hit it from Jordan.

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