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1.3 mile 2.1 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Intermediate/Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 4' 1 m
Descent: -570' -174 m
High: 1,666' 508 m
Low: 1,096' 334 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 8% (5°)
Max Grade: 18% (10°)

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Trail shared by Josh Matta

A flowy downhill or not too bad uphill, as long as you like guide stones.

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Description

Usually ridden as part of the Adam's Camp Loop after climbing Hardy's Haul and the Haul Road Loop, Kimmer's trail is 1.3 mile trail that feel like a tight technical pump track. Intermediates who are fearless will be fine but those fearful of rocks should stay away. Advanced riders will love this trail as soon as they figure out how to not clip guide stones. Beginners, this is not your place.

The trail starts with several bridges as you twist down the hill - in fact twist is what this trail does best. Stand up, pump the heck of your front tire, and maintain momentum and this trail rocks. Sit down and try to spin and it's slow and really not that fun. Some of the highlights are the large rock roll over in the middle, and the cool skinny bridge on to rock roll down near the bottom. The entire trail is fun and will test your bike handling skills.

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Aug 5, 2015
Jim Baum

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  4.4 from 5 votes

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