Huckaby

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3.1 Miles 5.1 Kilometers


Singletrack

537' 164 m

Ascent

-465' -142 m

Descent

4,539' 1,384 m

High

4,290' 1,307 m

Low

6%

Avg Grade (3°)

23%

Max Grade (13°)

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76 days agoUpdate

A varied trail with scenery, a creek crossing, and technical challenge.

Nick Wilder

Description

Start off on smooth singletrack with intermediate riding, go down and up through a wash, and then look for a nice overlook on the left for views of the town. After then, continue on fun trail and descend to Oak Creek. You'll then parallel Oak Creek for about a mile. It's very pretty but the trail is littered with soccer-ball size polished-smooth rocks. So despite the lack of elevation change, the going is pretty slow.

Eventually you'll be below Midgley Bridge and highway 89. Cross the stream here, which may be a few feet deep (though you can probably stay dry by hopping rocks). Tough climbing leads up and out of the canyon. Take a left and you'll be at the trail's end at the Midgley Bridge trailhead and Oak Creek Vista.

Look out for poison oak along the creek bottom.

There might be a slight preference for the South-to-North direction, as described here, but it's good either way.

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Mar 21, 2016
Matt Rettmer
Rode from North to south. Technical at times with a water crossing over boulders in the water. Not a trail for beginners or inexperienced riders. 3.1mi
Mar 12, 2016
Chad Fry
Feb 6, 2015
Brecht Palombo
Rode up to it then back 89 so the whole trip was 7.9

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