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Waterline Road (Trail)

 3 votes

Length

14.7 Miles 23.7 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

2,430' 741 m

Ascent

-148' -45 m

Descent

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

21%

Max Grade (12°)

10,313' 3,144 m

High

8,032' 2,448 m

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Steady, gradual climb on gravel road around the east and north faces of the San Francisco peaks.

Justin Swietlik

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Description

This trail starts off of Schultz Pass Road, just east of the Schultz Tank trailhead area. It is all gravel fire road with no technical sections. It does maintain a steady, but gradual climb, though. Enjoy the views to the east and north as you ascend from pines up into aspens. You'll ride through the burn area of the Schultz fire, past steep drainage paths coming off the San Francisco peaks, and under a rock bridge on this climb. This trail is best used to access the Inner Basin Trail descent from Waterline Road down to Lockett Meadow. Can also be ridden as an out-and-back from Schultz Pass Loop.

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Sep 2, 2017
Jamie Sarber
First time up...will be back earlier in the day! Awsome downhill after the gate! 10.8mi
Jul 28, 2017
Mele Andrews
Nov 6, 2016
James Madson
A little snow toward the turn around at abineau. Beautiful day! 29mi
Oct 10, 2016
Richard Beas
Oct 1, 2016
Dalton Meyers
Sep 25, 2016
Scooter Jo
21.4mi — 2h 35m

Trail Ratings

  2.3 from 3 votes

#21

in Mount Elden

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#21

in Mount Elden

#594

in Arizona

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If I start in Lockett Meadow and meet the trail and descend towards schultz pass, could I do it on a beach cruiser? Aug 10, 2016

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