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Rocky Road

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A basic trail along the park's east side.


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Map Key

1.1

Miles

1.8

KM

Doubletrack

394' 120 m

High

314' 96 m

Low

85' 26 m

Up

5' 2 m

Down

1%

Avg Grade (1°)

8%

Max Grade (4°)

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The very end of Rocky Road, after the Pioneer intersection is closed to cycling.

Rocky Road intersects with Juniper, however Juniper is closed to cycling at this point.

Description

Starting in the south east corner of the park, Rocky Road turns right off of Pinecone. The trail heads roughly north for a while, and then meets Pinecone again. This part of the trail is often muddy in the spring. Many side trails have been stomped to avoid the mud, but have contributed to the trail's continued widening. Rocky Road then climbs up out of the mud and continues north to an intersection with Hawk and Moore Road.

Rocky Road continues north, to another intersection with Hawk, and then downhill. There are two optional obstacles on the right side, one made of stacked logs and another from an old stone wall are off to the right hand side of the trail.

Several more trails exit left, Lady Slipper, Fox Hunt and Deer Run, followed by Juniper, however this portion of the trail is closed to biking.

At a washed out fork, Rocky Road bears right, while Red Tail heads off to the left, and a little while later it intersects with Pioneer. This is a good point to leave Rocky Road, as this is the last intersection before the closed portion of the trail.

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