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Quehl Holler

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Ascent

-40' -12 m

Descent

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

5%

Max Grade (3°)

900' 274 m

High

860' 262 m

Low

Shared By Brian Smith

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Bad / Closed 49 days ago
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A quick but fun gravity flow line that finishes with a massive wooden wall ride.

Brian Smith

Dogs Unknown

Features -none-

Experts only. Use of a full-face helmet and pads encouraged.

Description

Quehl Holler is a very fun flowing jump line that can be lapped over and over again. Use Shultz's Chute as a return trail when climbing back to the top.

Quehl Holler begins with a left-hand berm that feeds into a right-hand berm and the first feature: a small dirt step-down. Immediately following the step-down, choose from a smaller gap jump on the right or a larger on on the left. Carve through a tight left-hand berm, over some whoops and into a deep right-hand berm. If inclined, use the lipped exit to the berm to air into the next set of two berms.

At this point, the trail straightens out and the rider is presented with a choice of two table-top jumps (one larger and one smaller). After clearing the first table, stay to the right for a series of berms and jumps or to the left for one more table-top followed by the wall ride.

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  4.5 from 6 votes

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