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Green Trail

Easy

Trail

1.6 mile 2.6 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Easy

Elevation

Ascent: 84' 26 m
Descent: -90' -28 m
High: 2,560' 780 m
Low: 2,469' 753 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 2% (1°)
Max Grade: 9% (5°)

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Off-leash
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Trail shared by Torin Browning

A small but energetic trail.

Torin Browning

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Features -none-

Open all year depending upon snow pack; Non-Motorized.

Description

There are three main trails on the West Side called the Blue, Green & Yellow Trail with the Green Trail being the intermediate trail at 1.7 miles.

The Green Trail uses part of the Yellow Trail on the western perimeter of the Forest Service Property. The other half of the trail leads you through part of the interior. It is a straightforward trail that is made up of hard packed dirt, with some fun, sloping, downward sections to small energetic climbs throughout. You can really get some good speed up on the trail as it lends itself to some fast cross-country riding. You can also add the Blue & Yellow Trail to lengthen your ride.

The English Point Trail System is used heavily so be on the lookout for hikers and especially the horsemen. Use excellent trail etiquette and yield to hikers and horses.

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Oct 12, 2015
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