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Reasonover Creek

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3.4 Miles 5.4 Kilometers


Singletrack

367' 112 m

Ascent

-558' -170 m

Descent

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

17%

Max Grade (10°)

2,949' 899 m

High

2,569' 783 m

Low

Shared By Davis Crain

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All Clear 29 days ago
Closure lifted 12/24. History

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A must-hit section of trail in Dupont.

Davis Crain

Dogs Leashed

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DuPont State Recreational Forest is a very popular multiuse, bi-directional trail system, so be on the lookout for hikers, horses, and other cyclists. It is normally open in any weather although it can close in extended periods of freeze / thaw during the winter.

Description

This trail features singletrack with several tight switchbacks and a small creek crossing. When you bottom out at the river, it is best to walk across on the large rocks placed for that purpose. Post river crossing, the trail climbs fairly gently to the crest of the ridge and then falls along the ridge into a small gorge. It then runs out along the river to one stream inlet of Lake Julia. The top section of this trail is usually fairly dry and even a little sandy, but the downhill technical sections can be a little wet, though not as bad as Pisgah.

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  4.4 from 10 votes

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Fun little trail. Nice flow in sections. When they say in the description that its best to walk across the creek...listen. If you do try to ride it keep far right (like my buddy did) as you head down. As soon as you bottom out make a hard left and pedal across. If you hug the left edge (like I did) & then try to make that hard left you'll find the bottom is a slick rock slanted away from you. Nov 10, 2018

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