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 4.0 (5)

0.4 Miles 0.7 Kilometers


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Ascent

-268' -82 m

Descent

12%

Avg Grade (7°)

19%

Max Grade (11°)

2,269' 692 m

High

2,001' 610 m

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Shared By David Gregg

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A steep, slightly technical descent beneath the trees, down a little-used corner of the canyon.

David Gregg

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Description

From the top of Marshall, look for a trail marker, a street-sign looking pole with a white sign, and turn right. This trail is short, but steep and fun and, like the rest of Marshall, is also buried under the trees. The little-used trail quickly snakes its way through the forest, losing altitude in a much more direct line than the fire road on the way up.

I rated it intermediate/advanced because some of the steep, thin sections have a rut, and some of the sections are sort of "tight", or confining. Eventually, the trail drops you into a shaded clearing with a picnic bench at its center with trails branching in all directions.

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Feb 9, 2016
Alex Johnson

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  4.0 from 5 votes

#6314

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  4.0 from 5 votes
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#419

in California

#6,314

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