Grayville Falls Tour

 3 votes

8.0 Miles 12.8 Kilometers


85%

Singletrack

615' 188 m

Ascent

-613' -187 m

Descent

537' 164 m

High

289' 88 m

Low

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

12%

Max Grade (7°)

Unknown

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A tour of Grayville Falls Town Park featuring technical rock features and advanced features.

Neil Angotta

Overview

Grayville Falls features about 20 miles of singletrack and several miles of doubletrack. If you're looking for intermediate rocky trails full of ledge rock, drops and flowy descents, Grayville has lots of offer. The ridgeline trail accesses a fire road at the top that connects to all the featured trails. It's very easy to loop back around repeat favorite trails.

Description

Park at the Grayville Falls Town Park lot and head west down Grayville Rd. At the bottom of the hill, cross a bridge - the trail starts from here on your right. The fireroad is worn-in like a singletrack (fun!). Follow the road past the rocky stream crossing, over the down tree and the trail proper starts to your left.

Warm up in the pines and then head up the ridge on Carmen's Dry Dream. Enjoy a moderate climb with several technical rock outcroppings along the way. Once you reach the fireroad at the top go right and head east. The New Cut connector is on the left. Follow this and stay right on the trail, this brings you to the entrance of Bob's Trail.

Bob's will leave you satisified, but there is more to come. Head back past the entrance of the trail and take your next left. This is a short connector that has several rocky features, and exits on another fireroad. Stay right up the hill and the entrance to Vengeance Rocks is on the left. After Vengeance Rocks, circle back up the fire road again and head back to the Ridgeline trail. 1/3 of the way down Carmen's Dry Dream, take the fork to the left onto The Playground, enjoy the jump line and a fast flowing descent returning you to the entrance!

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