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Ogden BST - Jumpoff Canyon to One Horse Canyon

 3.7 (3)

1.5 Miles 2.4 Kilometers


Singletrack

269' 82 m

Ascent

-143' -44 m

Descent

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

10%

Max Grade (6°)

4,837' 1,474 m

High

4,570' 1,393 m

Low

Shared By Don Woodford

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The most difficult section of the BST in the Ogden area.

Don Woodford

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From the Jumpoff Canyon junction, head north toward the Ogden Nature Center. This section gets very technical with large, loose rocks and boulders. The exposure is high as is the penalty for failure.

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Aug 27, 2018
Casey Jenen
May 22, 2017
Langdon DeCamp
Super techy section, fun, hard on equipment and bodies.
Apr 16, 2017
Lillian Grosz

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  3.7 from 3 votes

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I rode (mostly walked) this section today with Michael Gates, who just took overall 1st place in his division of the Intermountain Cup. Best, and most experienced rider I know. To my utter amazement, he was able to ride about 98% of this section, but concluded by describing it as "Hands down the hardest section of trail I've ever ridden." I honestly didn't even believe that it was possible to ride for all but a handful of the most skilled Trials riders. I was proven wrong today. That being said, I don't even care to get good enough to ace this section of trail. The extreme technicality mixed with the often 15+ foot sheer drop off of the west side of the trail that just lands you on a crazy steep rock slide that just looks like it's aching to break every bone in your body!? Gimme a break man!? This is actually the first time I've been inspired to comment on a section of trail on here, so I apologize if I'm breaking any rules by concluding with a 3 word summary... FUCK... THAT... SHIT!!! Nov 1, 2015

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