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Chinquapin Trail

 3.7 (9)

6.2 Miles 10.0 Kilometers


Singletrack

436' 133 m

Ascent

-446' -136 m

Descent

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

11%

Max Grade (6°)

445' 136 m

High

297' 90 m

Low

Shared By Wes Comeaux

Conditions


All Clear 67 days ago
Dry - Excellent condition. Some sandy spots but overall great. History

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Wide singletrack with roots, sand and long climbs.

Wes Comeaux

Dogs Unknown

Features -none-

Some areas may be closed during hunting season.

Description

Chinquapin Trail is a mix of hard-packed dirt with sections of loose to VERY loose sand. There are a few very rooted hills that make maintaining speed a challenge. This trail can be ridden either clockwise or counter-clockwise. Almost all the hills have a smooth side and a rough, rooted side. The smooth sides are longer and the rough sides are usually shorter and a little steeper. Riding counter clockwise makes the climbs rough and steep, but short on distance with smooth downhills to recover on.

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Check-Ins

Jun 13, 2018
Nathan Joseph
In town from okc for work. Great trail!
Mar 31, 2018
Tammy Akey
Aug 13, 2017
Jesse Ward
Extremely difficult- large amount of roots. Multiple sections are so full of roots that they are impassable. DO NOT TRY AGAIN 6.2mi
Oct 28, 2016
Chuck Rothwell
Aug 13, 2016
Derryth Gaviria
6.8mi
May 22, 2016
Nelson Vargas
Feb 7, 2016
Gilles He
13.9mi — 1h 20m
Nov 14, 2015
Gilles He
18.9mi — 1h 50m

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  3.7 from 9 votes

#6876

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  3.7 from 9 votes
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#182

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#6,876

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