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blueBlack Chutes Ridgeline

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Trail

0.6 mile 1.0 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Intermediate/Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 20' 6 m
Descent: -391' -119 m
High: 914' 279 m
Low: 544' 166 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 12% (7°)
Max Grade: 24% (14°)

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Trail shared by Dave Gregg

A thrilling drop down rock faces, banked turns, switchbacks, and ridge lines.

Dave Gregg

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Description

Many riders would consider this an intermediate/difficult trail (blue/black), but compared to other trails in the area, it is one of the more challenging. So I went with the single black diamond rating.

There are a number of steep sections with boulders and rock clumps embedded into the trail. There are also slopes with loose rocks. Be very careful as you pick your way down this shifting trail surface.

More than halfway down, the trail crosses over Chutes. The steep rock face you have to descend here is gnarly. If you go right to bypass it, down a short section of Chutes, there is a small connector on the left that will reconnect to Chutes Ridgeline.

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Check-Ins

Oct 5, 2018
Rich Crespo
Aug 1, 2018
Don N
Dec 23, 2017
Craig Champlin
Part of a larger ride with the Goat trail
May 15, 2017
Sebastian Camacho
May 11, 2017
Kenan Kreis
Super fun section! 3mi
Feb 17, 2017
Jon Browning
Jun 25, 2016
Joe Mamma
Nov 29, 2015
Markk Knowles

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  4.5 from 21 votes

#315

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#21

in California

#315

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