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Michael D. Antonovich Trail

 7 votes

2.5 Miles 4.1 Kilometers


Doubletrack

53' 16 m

Ascent

-334' -102 m

Descent

883' 269 m

High

583' 178 m

Low

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

15%

Max Grade (9°)

Minor Issues

34 days agoUpdate

A nice shaded trail with lots of stream crossings - pretty mellow.

Andy Gawne

Overview

Dogs: Leashed

Description

Park at the lot at the trailhead. Start out descending into the canyon and follow the trail. You'll ride through the creek several times and go through a couple of parking lots. The trail dead ends at a parking lot about 3 miles in. This is the turnaround point to make it an out and back ride.

It's generally not too crowded but there can be horses here.

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2.3 from 7 votes


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Oct 20, 2017
Rene Baquet
No one mentions the 9 or 10 water crossing. Most you can't ride across and a few are very deep. 2.5mi
Nov 27, 2016
Elias Gennaoui
Oct 17, 2016
Vince Aleman
2 out of 5 stars is a very fair writing for this trail. It was pretty mellow and fun. The trail crossed the creek a lot and at times was pretty sketch 2.5mi
Jun 28, 2015
Cesar Sarmiento
2h 00m
Jan 17, 2015
Justin Deal
5mi — 2h 00m

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  2.3 from 7 votes

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Conditions


Minor Issues 34 days ago
Mostly Dry - There are at least nine or ten water crossings. Some short and some lengthy. Some shallow and few very deep.
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