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G-Out trail

 4.3 (17)

1.5 Miles 2.4 Kilometers


Singletrack

3' 1 m

Ascent

-353' -108 m

Descent

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

15%

Max Grade (9°)

1,708' 521 m

High

1,359' 414 m

Low

Shared By Andreas Boehme

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G-Out trail is the lower, more technical part of the great combo with SideWinder trail.

Andreas Boehme

Dogs Unknown

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Description

You can either take SideWinder trail and then continue throughout the canyon where the trail turns into G-Out (close to wooden sign posting "Human Power Only please" or you may take a shortcut connector trail right from the fire road ~500 ft behind the "Towers".

Either way, you'll face some more technical, but still fun sections, a few natural wall-rides, ups and downs where the canyon narrows at some sections. At the trail end, keep left and start the fireroad climb back to Tapia Canyon Rd, where you might watch out for another nice descent on Dogtag trail (incl. Top-Dog) or Kona singletrack.

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May 12, 2018
Don-dae Cabreta
Apr 13, 2018
Scott Sneddon
Mar 29, 2018
Scott Sneddon
06:19 in minutes... 10 to 25 seconds faster on 29er Stumpy S-Works vs. 27.5 ENDURO Pro Carbon.
Mar 27, 2018
Scott Sneddon
6:28 in minutes:seconds... not sure how this feature works. 1.3mi
Mar 24, 2018
Mike Barker
Wet and soft. Keep up speed through it.
Mar 16, 2018
Edward Paek
Badass. Some muddy sections but still good to ride 10mi
Aug 19, 2017
S R
Scary fun with a few close calls.
Jul 27, 2017
John Decker

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Trail Ratings

  4.3 from 17 votes

#1

in Tapia Canyon

#759

Overall
  4.3 from 17 votes
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#1

in Tapia Canyon

#55

in California

#759

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Justin Terry
Santa Clarita, CA
Justin Terry   Santa Clarita, CA
Not a big fan of this trail. It needs some serious maintenance. Some sections of the trail have crumbled back into the creek bed below leaving a very small area to ride and there are signs of riders falling into the creek bed in these sections. Seems like it could be fun if those sections were fixed up a bit. The "Human Powered Only" sign is not there anymore, just the red post that it was on. Aug 9, 2014
Tony Arnold
Los Angeles, CA
Tony Arnold   Los Angeles, CA
G-out is an excellent trail that requires precision. The trail is narrow and has great flow in most parts, with a few exceptions for areas that either need maintenance or have unexpected turns to keep you on your toes. For an intermediate to advanced rider, it's a super ride and one that challenges every time down. Oct 7, 2014
fun flowwy trail watch for tumbleweeds thoo some fun jumps too Dec 7, 2017

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