Kanuga

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Trail

2.0 Miles 3.2 Kilometers


Singletrack

241' 74 m

Ascent

-413' -126 m

Descent

1,650' 503 m

High

1,256' 383 m

Low

6%

Avg Grade (4°)

17%

Max Grade (10°)

All Clear

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A fun trail with a challenging downhill ride.

Philneu Neumann

Description

From the parking lot and trailhead you have two options to access the the Kanuga trail. Taking Brissy Ridge - Upper will lead you to climb up Kanuga and can connect to the Fire Tower trail or continue on down to the lake. If you go up Sulphur Springs from the parking lot and then take a short hop on Fire Tower, you can hit the connector trail to Kanuga.

The upper section of Kanuga between Brissy Ridge and Fire Tower connector is either an easy climb or a super fun ride with nice flow depending on your direction. The downhill section going to the lake is a bit more intense however. You can really pick up speed and obstacles pop up fast some times. All the switchback turns are tight and probably will have water flowing across them. There are a few steep rocky/ rooty parts and even a short drop or two. All this makes for a pretty spicy run. The trail lets out at the lake where you can choose to go around one side or the other.

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Feb 20, 2017
Rick Casio
The section going Brissy Ridge is super fun but you have to be careful around some of the features. Don't be scared to open up the brakes and send it!
Jun 3, 2014
Philneu Neumann

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All Clear 8 days ago
Mostly Dry: Barely any mud despite Park Service warning signs, trail was totally rideable and no trail was destroyed.
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