Milk-crate

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0.4 Miles 0.7 Kilometers


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28' 8 m

Ascent

-37' -11 m

Descent

249' 76 m

High

222' 68 m

Low

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

6%

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Smooth rollers and tight switchbacks

Andy Griffin

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This short loop off the Junkyard Trail features big smooth rollers and tight switchbacks and some of the best riding that the Land Locked forest has to offer.

Head off the Junkyard Trail and follow Milk-crate through some smooth terrain before hitting the first obstacle. Roll down into a steep sided pit, and then up the other side over a large dirt pile. The trail then continues downhill, loops around and passes within a few feet of itself. Continuing along Milk-crate, roll over another dirt pile, passing within a few inches of a downed tree, take a hard right, then roll through another steep sided pit (going straight instead of left will take you back to before the first obstacle).

From here the trail twists and turns its way up and down the side of the hill. Several times the trail comes within a few feet of itself before turning off and heading away. After playing on the switchbacks for a little while, the trail levels off, traverses the side of the hill for a little while and after one more fun rolling obstacle spits you out back on Junkyard.

Go over a couple of big rollers. After that the trail winds through some tight switchbacks up and down the side of the hill, and finishes off with one last big roller right at the exit. Guaranteed to have you grinning from ear to ear by the time it dumps you back at the Junkyard trail.

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