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Triunfo Park Loop

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3.6 Miles 5.8 Kilometers


60%

Singletrack

561' 171 m

Ascent

-559' -171 m

Descent

6%

Avg Grade (3°)

19%

Max Grade (11°)

1,344' 410 m

High

901' 275 m

Low

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Fun loop with road climb and singletrack down.

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Overview

This is a fun ride that incorporates some road and fire road climbing and fun singletrack with a few jumps and berms. Climb on road is steep with the section on fire road less steep.

Need to Know

Near the bottom you'll cross a private road with no outlet. Cross the road and you'll see the trail continue next to a drainage channel until you'll be able to exit onto Hartglen Ave.

Description

I parked at Triunfo and Westlake blvd and climbed up Stonesgate St until it turned into Brookview Ave and eventually a fire road that climbs up to the peak above Triunfo Park. You can bypass climbing the peak with a little singletrack that cuts under the peak over to Fairview fire Rd.

Continue on this fire road until it splits when you'll stay to the right and the singletrack begins. Some fun jumps and berms with a few steeper sections but overall not too bad. Some ruts and whoops but it doesn't throw me around too much with my hard tail. Good ride that takes about 30 mins. Another trail off this same climb gives a fun 1hr two loop ride.

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Jun 25, 2018
Butt Weiner
Was holding in a poop for 90% of the downhill. Couldn't make any of the jumps lol

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