Barney Flow

 9 votes

0.3 Miles 0.5 Kilometers


Singletrack

0' 0 m

Ascent

-166' -51 m

Descent

10,068' 3,069 m

High

9,902' 3,018 m

Low

10%

Avg Grade (6°)

14%

Max Grade (8°)

All Clear

12 hours agoUpdate

Flow trail with berms, gaps, bridges and log features. Challenges for adults and rideable for kids.

Don Leinweber

Overview

Downhill only!

Description

This trail begins on the north of the Moonstone Trail near Moonstone Road and parallels and terminates on Moonstone Trail near the bottom. The trail features a series of banking turns, gap jumps, log features and bridges to stoke your freeride. This trail was built kid-friendly as all of the various terrain features are rideable at slower speeds. There are alternative lines at each of the three log features.

Climb Carter Park Switchback to Hermit Placer Trail (the flume at the top of the climb), turn left then right onto Moonstone Trail. This is a 5-10 minute climb to Moonstone Road. Look for Barney Flow on the left (north) near the top.

Alternatively, there is enough shoulder on Moonstone Road near the Moonstone Trail to drop kids off and ride this as a shuttle to Carter Park.

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Killer ride. Less experienced can take Moonstone while Barney Flow will give you those downhill thrills. 12 hours ago


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