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Trail

8.3 mile 13.3 kilometer loop
90% Singletrack
Easy/Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 1,282' 391 m
Descent: -1,282' -391 m
High: 546' 166 m
Low: 271' 83 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 6% (3°)
Max Grade: 18% (10°)

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Trail shared by Dave Reed

A nice way to ride every trail at Helen Putnam Park.

Dave Reed

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Overview

Spin through each of the individual pieces of Helen Putnam Park.

Description

From either side of the park, get onto the Panorama Trail headed uphill towards the top of the ridge. From the ridge, descend the Pomo Trail and wrap your way back to the four-way intersection. Shortly thereafter, jump on South Loop Trail for a quick loop. From Panorama Trail, hit the Savannah Trail heading down to the parking area and ascend back up the Ridge Trail. Head back down Arroyo Trail and up Panorama Trail which leads to the final descent of Fillaree Trail back to the start. Feel free to repeat any section as you see fit!

Also check out this map for reference: bayarearides.com/rides/hele…

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May 3, 2018
Ruben Quinonez
Careful on single tracks through trees. Lots of poison oak along the trail!
Jun 4, 2017
Ben Stedman
Jan 26, 2017
Ethan Weiss
Still very muddy in places. Northernmost trail has severe rutting. 7mi
Jul 3, 2015
Kim Chigi

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