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°)

Unknown

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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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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


This is well known as a climb, not a downhilll trail, so please descend carefully. Mar 31, 2017


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