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Roadrunner Loop

Intermediate
 3.5 (6)

West side weaves through trees/bushes. East side is a dirt road. Singletracks criss-cross it all.


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1.4

Miles

2.3

KM

Doubletrack

567' 173 m

High

532' 162 m

Low

51' 16 m

Up

48' 15 m

Down

1%

Avg Grade (1°)

3%

Max Grade (2°)

Dogs Unknown

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Description

If you follow the widest trails through this flood control basin, you'll most likely be on this loop. However, there are a large number of singletracks that weave in and out of this whole area, connecting and crossing the main trails. Take note of unique features as you might get turned around in the maze (as of 8/1/18, the main trails are roped off for fire recovery, which limits your chances of wandering off the main trail).

The flat area that this trail crosses gets flooded intentionally during heavy rains, and as a result the soil is extremely sandy. Watch for surprise sand pits around turns and in low spots.

Contacts

Shared By:

Dave Gregg with improvements by Don N

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  3.5 from 6 votes

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The iconic dry creek bed crossing that marks the beginning of Chutes.
May 27, 2014 near Villa Park, CA

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May 4, 2019
Scott Olson
Jun 16, 2018
Scott Olson
Jan 24, 2018
Howard Wong
With chutes 3.7mi
Jul 13, 2017
Edgar Townsend
1.4mi
May 15, 2017
Sebastian Camacho
Nov 29, 2015
Markk Knowles