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Lee's Way Down

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Trail

0.9 mile 1.5 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 0' 0 m
Descent: -584' -178 m
High: 8,204' 2,501 m
Low: 7,620' 2,323 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 12% (7°)
Max Grade: 25% (14°)

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Trail shared by John McDade

A challenging, unidirectional descent from Wildridge.

John McDade

Electric Mountain Bikes Unknown

Features -none-

This trail is for descending only and is not recommended for beginner riders.

Description

Beautiful views of Avon and Beaver Creek but no time to look at them as the trail twists and steeply descends towards Avon Singletree Connector (ASC). Enormous, perfectly built in-sloped berms toss riders from corner to corner between jumps and pumps along the trail.

Lee's Way Down ends on the Avon Singletree Connector (ASC), where you can quickly jump across the trail to BLT Jump Line to make the perfect conclusion to a long climb up to Wildridge.

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May 12, 2020
Connor Dixon
May 10, 2020
Connor Dixon
Apr 28, 2020
Trent R
Sep 6, 2019
Jason Levy
Jun 30, 2019
Connor Parish
Steep flow trail with some tabletops, gaps, and the occasional drop, as well as some mild exposure -- a solid black in the West Avon Preserve area. 0.9mi — 0h 04m
Jun 24, 2018
Taylor Isbell
0.9mi
Jun 7, 2018
lubes 17319
May 26, 2018
Reed Harrington

Trail Ratings

  4.8 from 49 votes

#1

in Avon

#60

Overall
  4.8 from 49 votes
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Trail Rankings

#1

in Avon

#26

in Colorado

#60

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9,940 Since Jul 26, 2014
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Photos

This way for a fun descent
Oct 22, 2015 near Avon, CO
Huge machine built in-sloped corners throughout the entire descent.
Jul 26, 2014 near Avon, CO
The twisty berms at the start of Lee's Way Down
Sep 9, 2015 near Avon, CO

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