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Granite Trail

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Trail

1.8 Miles 2.9 Kilometers


Singletrack

697' 213 m

Ascent

-164' -50 m

Descent

4,732' 1,442 m

High

4,198' 1,279 m

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9%

Avg Grade (5°)

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A great way to finish off the Just Outstanding downhill trail.

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A great way to finish off the Just Outstanding downhill trail. Outstanding singletrack with spectacular views of the Kern Valley and Lake Isabella. A classic for the area!

Finishes off at the Keyesville Rd. staging area. Shuttle recommended.

0.8mi after the intersection of Waggy Ridge Rd. and Sawmill Rd. on Just Oustanding turn right onto the Granite Trail. Follow this approx 1 Mile as it traverses around a knoll, and then drops through granite slabs (a couple variations here) down to French Gulch. After crossing the creek, the trail steeply ascends the hill side up to Wall Street Trail on the ridge. (This uphill section is bikable for strong climbers with lighter bikes, or it is about a 5-10 minute hike-a-bike). Once on the ridge, turn right and keep pedalling .8 miles up until you see Dutch Flat Trail (on the left), which descends the other side of the ridge into Keyesville.

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