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Freeride Line #1

 2 votes

Length

0.4 Miles 0.6 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

22' 7 m

Ascent

-180' -55 m

Descent

10%

Avg Grade (6°)

23%

Max Grade (13°)

7,220' 2,201 m

High

7,040' 2,146 m

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A short gravity trail featuring natural drops, banked corners and fun jumps.

Brian Smith

Overview

Downhill travel only. Access this trail by riding up Middle Kingdom.

Description

During the pedal up Middle Kingdom, scout out some of the drops and jumps on this freeride line. Once you top out, you'll come to a posted sign that directs you up a short kicker and onto this freeride line.

The first "feature" on this trail is a traverse across and down a large, off-camber granite slab. This feature corrals the rider into a narrow, rocky chute followed by much more tame trail. Flow through the first berm and prepare for the first drop - about a 3-4 foot rock drop with a very small gap. This drop will lead you into a small step-up jump that launches you over another boulder.

Keep flowing down the trail and get ready for a super fun natural "wall ride" type feature. You'll g-out through a gully and ride up, across and off of a big off-camber slab of granite. After clearing the wall ride, you'll encounter a fun, 4 foot gap jump after a right hand berm.

After clearing the jump, the trail flows through a couple more corners before terminating at a junction with Middle Kingdom.

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#137

in Wyoming

#6,349

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