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Lone Cactus Loop

 4.2 (37)

6.4 Miles 10.3 Kilometers


Singletrack

277' 84 m

Ascent

-280' -85 m

Descent

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

9%

Max Grade (5°)

2,856' 871 m

High

2,793' 851 m

Low

Shared By Dave Lenhardt

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Minor Issues 97 days ago
Dry - Trail is bad cuz of building. Hard to find other side of the trail. Go right at the opening. Find red rocks with arrows! History

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A 6-mile singletrack loop starting at the intersection of Harrison & Irvington.

Dave Lenhardt

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Features -none-

A permit is required to ride Arizona State Trust Lands: land.az.gov/sites/default/f…

Description

From the parking area, ride up the hill and walk your bike through the cattle guard. Take a look at the trail sign on the other side of the gate, then head down the trail behind it. Follow the signs to stay on the Lone Cactus Loop. This trail connects to Christmas Tree Loop at it's eastern reaches.

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Oct 14, 2018
Jose Leal
Oct 14, 2018
Dan Petschauer
12mi
Oct 8, 2018
Dan Petschauer
took bo's loop 8mi
Sep 28, 2018
Jesse Ryan
Sep 12, 2018
Devin Lubeck
May 20, 2018
Katie Croft
May 15, 2018
Fleece Johnson
Lots of detours, awesome fun singletrack 9.8mi
Apr 28, 2018
Brian Jones

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  4.2 from 37 votes

#119

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  4.2 from 37 votes
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in Arizona

#119

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From the parking area, riding up the hill and walking your bike through the cattle guard. It's been a great experience along with Tucson Bike Rentals at tucsonbikerentals.org Jul 18, 2016

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