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Karma

Easy/Intermediate

Trail

0.3 mile 0.5 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Easy/Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 0' 0 m
Descent: -64' -19 m
High: 499' 152 m
Low: 435' 133 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 4% (2°)
Max Grade: 5% (3°)

Dogs

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Trail shared by Eric Ashley

A mellow pedal through a clearcut.

Eric Ashley

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Family Friendly A very short trail with an inviting grade, a few berms, and minimal obstacles. Karma can also easily accessed from the road.

Description

This trail provides easy entrance or exit on the north-side of Galbraith. Karma is a good, low commitment, trail for new riders because of the shallow grade and minimal obstacles. The occasional roller and banked turn makes for a fun fast pedal, too. At the end of Karma the trail exits onto a drainage ditch where a optional narrow plan gives riders the chance to practice their balancing skills.

Continue onto the Karma Spur to Alvarado Drive. If you parked at the Birch Street Trailhead, the most direct route back to your car is: right onto Edwards St. (includes about 20 ft of trail), left onto Roland Street, right onto Whatcom Street, left onto Raymond Street, right onto Riley Street, and then right onto Birch Street.

If for some reason you end up on Lakeway Drive, follow it to the east until it connects with Birch Street.

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Apr 12, 2015
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