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Coachwhip

 3 votes

1.1 Miles 1.7 Kilometers


Singletrack

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Ascent

-421' -128 m

Descent

1,042' 318 m

High

622' 189 m

Low

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

14%

Max Grade (8°)

Bad / Closed

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A well maintained singletrack packing fun features between switchbacks through beautiful terrain.

David Gregg

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Description

A well taken care of trail, Coachwhip has a very steady incline, which attracts climbers, so consider yourself lucky if you get a clean downhill run. When you do, this trail will knock your socks off. There are shoveled and banked turns, and a few jumps along the way. The trail crosses back and forth over the ridge, so there are some cool changes of direction.

Portions of Coachwhip traverse a north-facing slope, where the flora is pretty thick around the twisted trail. Look for bushes and small branches slapping at your hands/arms/legs.

At the bottom of the canyon is a convergence of three trails: Coachwhip, Yucca Ridge, and Bumble Bee.

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Nov 29, 2015
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Bad / Closed 38 days ago
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Markk Knowles
Las Vegas, NV
Markk Knowles   Las Vegas, NV
Many corners are nicely bermed but with hardpack, off camber, lightly sanded sections....your cornering techniques will be tested if carry quality speed. Nothing a good foot can't remedy though. Very fun trail !! Dec 2, 2015
Mark Kelleher
Orange County, CA
Mark Kelleher   Orange County, CA
This is well known as a climb, not a downhilll trail, so please descend carefully. Mar 31, 2017

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