Holly's Trail

 6 votes

4.1 Miles 6.5 Kilometers


Singletrack

79' 24 m

Ascent

-1,343' -409 m

Descent

8,231' 2,509 m

High

6,967' 2,124 m

Low

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

26%

Max Grade (14°)

All Clear

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A switchbacking trail that descends from the Mid-Mountain Trail all the way to the Canyons base.

Brian Smith

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Description

From the ridge at a junction with Mid Mountain Trail, Holly's starts gradually descending through the woods. Generally, Holly's traverses the mountainside for long stretches as it pops into and out of aspen and pine forest. This long traverses features narrow, bench-cut singletrack and is broken up by near 180-degree switchbacks.

Where the mountainside is steepest, Holly's switchbacks on itself more frequently and with tighter tolerances. The very bottom of the trail will lead you into a large meadow (ski run) and through a series of even tighter switchbacks. Eventually, the trail spits you out at the base area.

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Aug 6, 2016
Dave Grossman
6mi — 16h 00m
Aug 10, 2015
Lloyd McFarlin
Fun natural trail 3.5mi
Aug 7, 2015
Jon Jenkins
Rode this up to the Ricochet entrance. Pretty decent ascent trail, some spots took some work to pedal up! Good workout, going up. 3.5mi

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  3.3 from 6 votes

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#324

in Utah

#8,830

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Note that signage on the mountain labels this a single-black which can worry less advanced riders brought on the ride. I think most riders can handle this well enough by adjusting speed. Aug 12, 2015


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