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Chutes & Ladders

 3.3 (6)

0.6 Miles 1.0 Kilometers


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0' 0 m

Ascent

-599' -182 m

Descent

18%

Avg Grade (10°)

34%

Max Grade (19°)

8,407' 2,563 m

High

7,809' 2,380 m

Low

Shared By Markk Knowles

Conditions


Bad / Closed 84 days ago
Dry - Some sections are unridable, completely washed out and eroded from all the rain, needs serious attention. History

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Very steep & loose with wood!

Markk Knowles

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No beginners here...You'll want to have at least a Community College Associates Degree in MTBing!

Chutes & Ladders starts off very lose & rutted but the good news it is awfully steep as well. The real highlight of Chutes & Ladders is a side-by-side set of wood feature drops, one @ 10' the other @ 7' dependent on your take-off speed with an excellent soft landing zone (just watch out for the dual stumps in the middle of the landing and the rutted hairpin turn to follow). There is an optional ride around for these drops. There are also several wooden bridges that carry you over the small gullies.

Even given how short it is, the trail is a very worthwhile alternative to join up with Tin Can Alley if Pixie has become a bore for you.

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  3.3 from 6 votes

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I avoid this trail. It is super steep and washed out for about the first half of it making riding next to impossible. the second half after the drops is pretty fun, there are a lot of turns and bridges. I avoid this trail thought because I hate the first half so much. Nov 30, 2015

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