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Roaring Judy Trail 552

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2.3 Miles 3.6 Kilometers


Singletrack

370' 113 m

Ascent

-1,584' -483 m

Descent

10,761' 3,280 m

High

9,178' 2,797 m

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16%

Avg Grade (9°)

32%

Max Grade (18°)

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A semi-rocky, somewhat steep at times, fun and fast descent.

Adam Kagy

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Roaring Judy starts and ends near the southern end of Cement Mountain Trail and can be accessed from Cement Mountain Trail or by riding up FS 813.2A or FS 813.A2.

The first part of the descent is in a pine forest with lots of fun rocks/roots, but then opens up as you find yourself traversing along a steep hillside. There are a few boulder moves here, but both of the moves are roll-able. If the exposure here is too much, then walk the bike past these short sections. Eventually, the trail descends down through aspen groves with variable rockiness and opens back up when you descend back down into sage country.

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