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Green Loop

 12 votes

6.5 Miles 10.4 Kilometers


Singletrack

391' 119 m

Ascent

-390' -119 m

Descent

1,022' 311 m

High

871' 265 m

Low

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

8%

Max Grade (5°)

All Clear

89 days agoUpdate

The most difficult of the trail system.

Matt Block

Overview

Bikers travel counter-clockwise while pedestrians travel clockwise.

Description

Lots of twists and turns compared to the nearby John Muir trails. There are some rocky sections and big ridges with tough climbs along the southern part of the loop. Fun, twisting descents, there's also a nice scenic overlook of Spring Lake and Palmyra at the west side of the loop where the green trail meets the Muir/Carlin connector trail.

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Dec 3, 2017
Cody Hough
Bit muddy in small sections. Tough climbs. Flowy trail. 7.2mi
Sep 27, 2017
Jan van den Handel II
A little more roots and rocks and loose uphill climbs. Downhill is twist and technical. 6.5mi
Sep 10, 2017
David Bigelow
Jul 3, 2017
Steve Bachtel
Second half had more sustained climbing and descending. Connector trail was more flowy and fun. 15mi
Jun 18, 2017
Nick Nedostup
Jun 7, 2017
Lucas C
Trail is super fast and flowy. The last section is a blast. It needs a bit of trimming through. 6.5mi — 0h 25m
May 17, 2017
Tom Priddis
Ran away from thunder storm.
May 7, 2017
Jim Hanley
The South Connector Oak Forrest is going through a transformation that gives the rider a true Wisconsin Forrest experience. The soft sand and fur ... 27.1mi

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  4.1 from 12 votes

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#68

in Wisconsin

#3,600

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Conditions


All Clear 89 days ago
Leaves on trail in various places. Some general slipperiness may occur!
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