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Core Creek Trail

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Length

2.1 Miles 3.4 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

124' 38 m

Ascent

-127' -39 m

Descent

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

12%

Max Grade (7°)

133' 41 m

High

77' 23 m

Low

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Core Creek Trail is made up of a network of singletrack that surrounds the east side of Core Creek.

Sean Callan

Overview

Open 8AM to dusk.
Family Friendly: Park playground for the kids and a pavilion with grills for parties.
Dogs: Leashed

Description

Core Creek Trail is a network of singletrack that surrounds the east side of Core Creek.

This trail has very few climbs making it an easy ride for the beginner or intermediate rider. There are several technical log obstacles that range from ankle to waist height for the intermediate rider. Don't worry, a safe path around all large log features is provided for beginner riders.

Except for a couple narrow and long boardwalk bridges, this is a relatively safe trail for everyone to explore. Pedal hard and find the flow at Core Creek!

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Rode it yesterday for the 1st time, loops are short but fun. Rooty and fun logovers. The southwest section has some nice flowy "drop jumps".The southeast section has some small manmade features, not sure if the local strong are in favor of them or not. There is a sign against it posted by a local mtn bike advocacy group. Overall a fun jaunt, you may have to do a couple laps in mutiple directions. Jun 23, 2015

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