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At first, wide and easy, then technical, steep and loose.


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0.5

Miles

0.8

KM

Singletrack

814' 248 m

High

491' 150 m

Low

15' 5 m

Up

322' 98 m

Down

13%

Avg Grade (7°)

30%

Max Grade (17°)

Dogs Unknown

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Description

From the crossroads with Bumble Bee, head south on Grasshopper, which climbs out of sight, up and over a hill top. At first it descends an easy section of trail until Hawk branches off left. At that point, Grasshopper changes, leading you through twists and turns littered with rock forms, small drops, and steep turns. Although not as scary-technical as Hawk, Grasshopper has a few moments that will make you sweat.

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Dave Gregg

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  4.0 from 11 votes

#9744

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  4.0 from 11 votes
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Trail Rankings

#624

in California

#9,744

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Photos

Entrance to Hawk
Oct 17, 2022 near Villa Park, CA
Santiago Oaks - Deep Dive - Hawk
Jul 9, 2023 near Villa Park, CA
Grasshopper descent
Dec 13, 2020 near Villa Park, CA
Grasshopper "A" Line
Dec 13, 2020 near Villa Park, CA
One of the steeper sections on Grasshopper.
Jun 14, 2017 near Villa Park, CA
Sunlight reflecting off the distant Pacific Ocean. The trails of Santiago Oaks and Irvine Regional Park are a treasure.
Mar 30, 2024 near Villa Park, CA

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Nov 9, 2020
Gela MalekPour
Mar 31, 2017
Tim Burdett
Loose an parts a bit technical
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