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Mountain Goat

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 4.2 (12)

A technical, steep, rocky descent that will force most intermediate riders to hike a few sections.


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0.4

Miles

0.6

KM

Singletrack

919' 280 m

High

516' 157 m

Low

0' 0 m

Up

403' 123 m

Down

20%

Avg Grade (11°)

42%

Max Grade (23°)

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Description

This trail is also sometimes called Waterfall. From the top of the trail to the bail-out point, about a quarter-mile down, it can be handled confidently by an intermediate rider. There are a few steep, rocky slopes and turns, but nothing so bad to make you step off the bike.

However, from the bail-out point to the bottom is a different story. This section is where the trail earns its other name, Waterfall. As well as being really steep, dry, and loose, the trail has gnarly rock drops and numerous technical features that require balls. FOCUS!

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Dave Gregg

Trail Ratings

  4.2 from 12 votes

#6097

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  4.2 from 12 votes
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Trail Rankings

#355

in California

#6,097

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Photos

All of the intermediate trails ant Santiago Oaks and Weir Canyon.
Dec 31, 2018 near Villa Park, CA
The Waterfall on Chutes Ridgeline
Dec 13, 2020 near Villa Park, CA
Santiago Dam from Lookout Point
Jun 6, 2018 near Villa Park, CA
Top of Chutes Ridgeline...more fun, moderately-technical stuff!
Dec 20, 2017 near Villa Park, CA
Droping into Chutes Ridge from Barham.
Jan 16, 2017 near Villa Park, CA
Climbing one of the many tight switchbacks on Goat.
Oct 1, 2017 near Villa Park, CA

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