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Tottens Pond

 4.0 (6)

3.0 Miles 4.9 Kilometers


Singletrack

91' 28 m

Ascent

-1,561' -476 m

Descent

10%

Avg Grade (6°)

26%

Max Grade (15°)

3,718' 1,133 m

High

2,237' 682 m

Low

Shared By Chris Wandervans

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Primitive singletrack with great views.

Chris Wandervans

Dogs Unknown

Features -none-

Snow can make the trail impassable during the winter.

Description

This is an old-school singletrack descent off the ridge and down to Tottens Pond. The trail traverses the ridge in the beginning with many ups and downs and then steeply descends with many switchbacks. Near the bottom you'll take a Left and go down a steep and rocky section. There are a number of small drops and roots that can really trip you up, so be careful! The last section is very challenging and is the hardest part of the ride, definitely a behind the seat section.

Eventually you'll reach another fork where you'll want to stay Left. This brings you to the bottom of the trail and over the creek on a short bridge. From here, the trail is a very easy cruise out to the road along the shore of the pond.

When the trail is wet the roots can be very, very slippery, so make sure you are cautious.

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Aug 26, 2017
Chris White
so much fun. Park ranger told us to ride up trail 8, omg, just don't, take the road. It was our first time, I think the ranger was having a laugh.....

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  4.0 from 6 votes

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#288

in Idaho

#6,204

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If you wanted to ride in reverse is there parking at the bottom of the trail? Feb 20, 2017

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