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Burn Victim Trail

 4.3 (3)

1.0 Miles 1.7 Kilometers


Singletrack

14' 4 m

Ascent

-286' -87 m

Descent

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

19%

Max Grade (11°)

1,921' 585 m

High

1,649' 503 m

Low

Shared By Justin Terry

Conditions


All Clear 23 days ago
Dry: Fast descent! Can be loose. It great shape History

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Steep and fast up top, flat and full of turns down below.

Justin Terry

Dogs Unknown

Features -none-

This is a downhill only trail.

Description

From the intersection of Tapia Canyon Rd. and San Francisquito Mtwy., head south on San Francisquito Mtwy.. You'll crest a small rise and off to the right you'll see a lone singletrack headed off into the distance. This is Burn Victim.

Head out on the trail and you'll climb slightly before diving down two steep, sometimes loose and rocky, downhills. Once you've made it to the bottom of these descents, the trail pretty much flattens out as it winds its way through the valley. There's some good turns and even a couple of jumps. Nothing overly technical but when the downhills get loose they can be a little tricky.

The trail ends just after the berms before the creek trail. You can jump onto this trail and head through the creek down to Karl's Trail or turn left and climb back up to the towers on San Francisquito Mtwy..

Overall it's a good way to throw a little variety into your Tapia Canyon tour.

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Nov 18, 2018
Jacob Feuerman
Nice cut through to the lower part of the singletrack! Its a fast descent! 2mi — 0h 05m
May 16, 2018
Eric Knierim
Mar 9, 2015
Ken Raleigh

Trail Ratings

  4.3 from 3 votes

#6

in Tapia Canyon

#5676

Overall
  4.3 from 3 votes
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#6

in Tapia Canyon

#356

in California

#5,676

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283 Since Nov 4, 2014
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very hard to ride at this time as it's very over grown. I went off trail once and had to get off a few times to go around big brush. Sep 3, 2017

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