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Ridgeline & Baldy

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7.3 Miles 11.7 Kilometers


85%

Singletrack

1,094' 333 m

Ascent

-1,096' -334 m

Descent

6%

Avg Grade (3°)

33%

Max Grade (18°)

1,229' 375 m

High

525' 160 m

Low

Shared By Louie Vidmar

Conditions


Minor Issues 12 days ago
Snowy, Icy, Fallen Trees: Just biked this today. 99% rideable around warmest time of day. Some fallen trees and icy turns to watch out for. History

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Not overly technical, but steep!

Louie Vidmar

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Overview

First mile has 300+ feet of elevation gain, the rest is more moderate. It's a good local trail for rides after work, also holds up well to weather/rain.

Description

Martin St trailhead to Fox Hollow TH is about 1 mile with 300+ feet of elevation gain, then up to Dillard Rd TH, head down the road a ways to Baldy, and then Up. The. Hill. Looking up Baldy, the left track is steep death, right track is moderately steep. I recommend going right, then coming down the fun way.

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Mar 10, 2019
Dallas Mignano
99% rideable around warmest time of day. Some fallen trees and icy turns to watch out for. 7.3mi
Feb 11, 2019
Parker Thomas
Oct 20, 2018
Dustin Lauener
2mi
Sep 28, 2018
Amy Arroyo
Jul 6, 2017
Tony Giannoni
Busted my ass! Tire pressure too high
Jun 9, 2017
Tommy W
May 8, 2017
Justin Nelson
Loop from Martin St trailhead to Mt Baldy using connector. Good conditions and not as crowded as Expected. 7.5mi
Sep 27, 2016
Tara Balliett

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