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blueBlack Pase Point

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1.7 mile 2.7 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Intermediate/Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 265' 81 m
Descent: -220' -67 m
High: 3,072' 936 m
Low: 2,817' 859 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 6% (3°)
Max Grade: 29% (16°)

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Trail shared by Adam Linstedt

Canyon-side trail with some technical challenges.

Adam Linstedt

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All the Dobbin area trails run well in either direction. Pase point trail can be accessed either by continuing on from Dobbin House trail at Pase Point (as described here) or by taking Woodcock or Brads out to the T junction in the field which is below a visible hunters blind.

If continuing on from Pase Point, staying on the outermost trail will keep you on Pase Point trail as it moderately descends the upper part of the canyon sidewall. There will be some rocks and a few roots and one narrow section but its all a good intermediate-level challenge. Eventually, you'll arrive at a brief descent down to a creek in a forested area. Cross the creek and follow the trail on the other side as it turns to the right up the steep hike-a-bike. At the top is an old grade. The trail goes to the right up this grade and out onto a field. You'll see a hunters blind up on the hill to your left and a T junction with Brads Trail going off to the right. Continue straight, crossing the field and a small stream and head up a short climb back into the forest. The first trail on your left will take you back on Dobbin House, whereas keeping straight takes you back on Woodcock.

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Aug 11, 2017
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