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Only 5 miles of trail, but challenging. There are deep mud bogs, technical rock gardens and ferns.


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5.3

Miles

8.5

KM

Singletrack

4,104' 1,251 m

High

3,222' 982 m

Low

552' 168 m

Up

888' 271 m

Down

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

11%

Max Grade (6°)

Dogs Unknown

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Recommend waiting for dryer conditions to ride this one.

Description

This is 5 miles of trail and 2 miles of a gravel road. The trail is difficult because of numerous mud bogs, technical rock gardens, side hills with roots and creek crossings. It is significantly better in very dry conditions. There are some smooth segments with beautiful fern fields, old Hemlocks and big rhododendrons. It crosses Red Run fly fishing trout stream several times.

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Shared By:

Sue Haywood

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#461

in West Virginia

#24,271

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Once you get past some of the muck and mud, you are rewarded with beautiful dry rock gardens
Jul 17, 2014 near Davis, WV
The trail crosses Red Run several times.  Some of these crossings are rideable and some are too steep and rugged.
Jul 17, 2014 near Davis, WV
The high point of the trail with a view south
Jul 17, 2014 near Davis, WV
There are some boardwalks over bogs that are badly in need of repair.
Jul 17, 2014 near Davis, WV
These bogs are why its better in drier conditions
Jul 17, 2014 near Davis, WV
There is a shelter 3.5 miles in
Jul 17, 2014 near Davis, WV
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