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Jordan Trail

Intermediate/Difficult
 3.9 (22)

Narrow singletrack combining swooping flow and rock ledges


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Map Key

1.6

Miles

2.6

KM

Singletrack

4,583' 1,397 m

High

4,445' 1,355 m

Low

174' 53 m

Up

197' 60 m

Down

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

11%

Max Grade (6°)

Dogs Unknown

E-Bikes Unknown

Description

Though there are no notable climbs, this trail is always going up and down and it's slow moving but fun. There are quite a few small rock ledges but most intermediates will be enjoy the challenge. The scenery is spectacular, there are fun sections of slickrock, and the trail is very playful overall. Recommended!

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Shared By:

Nick Wilder

Trail Ratings

  3.9 from 22 votes

#5382

Overall
  3.9 from 22 votes
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Trail Rankings

#127

in Arizona

#5,382

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Jordan trail has plenty of red rocks and blue skies.
Feb 19, 2014 near Sedona, AZ
Jordan-Soldier Pass
Jun 1, 2021 near Sedona, AZ
Gorgeous Sedona scenery.
Jul 27, 2016 near Sedona, AZ
The upper part of Adobe Jack is fast and fun through a pinion forest.
Feb 19, 2014 near Sedona, AZ
Dropping a small ledge on the Jordan Trail
Feb 19, 2014 near Sedona, AZ

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May 30, 2021
Josh C
0.8mi
May 19, 2021
Conor Felletter
Reverse is better
Sep 19, 2020
Jeremy Bridge
Sep 10, 2020
john otero
very good place to ride and practice if you have ambitions to do the higher exposure rides on the rocks.
Jan 24, 2020
Eric Volk
Lots of small, rocky ups and downs with short technical climbs. Good fun 1.4mi
Apr 19, 2019
Susan Marshall
Out and back from Adobe Jack. Fun trail with a bit of slick rock.
Mar 3, 2019
Rob Stansfield
Beautiful swoops amid Piñon and scrub.
Feb 3, 2018
Eric Ratzmann