Sheldon Mountain Loop
ElevationAscent: 1,413' 431 m
Descent: -1,413' -431 m
High: 3,687' 1,124 m
Low: 2,303' 702 m
GradeAvg Grade: 7% (4°)
Max Grade: 33% (18°)
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“Beautiful views and fun sinletrack close to Libby, MT!”— Nick Raines
The top portion is classic fast singletrack with several tight switchbacks. The bottom section is a flowing ripper with lots of small features.
The trail often sees moderate horse traffic, and can become loose by late season.
The singletrack is marked and begins southeast of the cell tower building. The upper portion of the trail follows classic singletrack through ponderosa pines. Several tight, slightly-banked switchbacks dot the trail. Eventually, the trail pops out on Michael's Draw. Turn right and follow the road approximately .3 miles to the signed trail marker. Turn left for the most fun portion of the ride.
This section is a bit more up-and-down, but includes a lot of great features (small jumps, whoops, switchbacks, etc.). Two steeper sections round out the end of the ride.
Continue to follow the trail until it reaches Sheldon Flats Rd. Turn right for a short ride back to the starting point.
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