Bolling Alley

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3.3 Miles 5.3 Kilometers


Singletrack

286' 87 m

Ascent

-282' -86 m

Descent

292' 89 m

High

191' 58 m

Low

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

10%

Max Grade (6°)

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Fun loop on the south side of Kincaid;lots of small rollers and berms.

Leslie Kehmeier

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Changes direction daily. Odd days: counter-clockwise. Even days: Clockwise
From the intersection at Tower Power going clockwise, Bolling Alley is a rolling climb to Sandbox. The first fun descent begins here with lots of whoops and rollers. As you approach the Four Corners ski intersection, there are a handful of optional log skinnys.

From there to the Stairway to Heaven ski crossing is a big climb(all relative to the rest of Kincaid), although not too arduous with plenty of banked turns to get you moving uphill. The route is open through here with some big trees here and there.

After the intersection with Mighty Bikes, Bolling Alley reaches its high point as the forest closes in around you. There's an option to jump on Toilet Bowl, a fun optional line that meets back up with Bolling Alley.

Beyond Toilet Bowl, the trail rolls and contours playfully back to the Tower Power intersection. There are no major climbs or descents, just all of fun.

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  4.3 from 4 votes

#4

in Kincaid Park

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in Kincaid Park

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in Alaska

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