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East Fence Trail

 1.8 (5)
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Length

3.4 Miles 5.4 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

528' 161 m

Ascent

-642' -196 m

Descent

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

29%

Max Grade (16°)

1,144' 349 m

High

761' 232 m

Low

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Minor Issues 30 days ago
South section is clear and fun despite the gopher holes. North section is not rideable at all. History

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True singletrack that hugs the curves of the hills

Austin Gene

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This is a fun, long, meandering singletrack with steady elevation changes with the exception of one fairly steep hill at the north end. This trail can be done as an out-n-back or in one direction, either way. It's great if you want a longer ride without piecing together multiple short trails.

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Jun 20, 2017
Matt Hall

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  1.8 from 5 votes

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Trail is in sorry shape as of this comment (11/16/2015). Most of the trail is obscured by tumbleweeds. You can ride through them, but make sure you're wearing pants/pads/shin guards and have plenty of spare tubes. Parts of the northern end (below that monster hill) are almost gone entirely; I lost the trail a few times, and when I found it it wasn't all that different from the surrounding hillside. A few downed trees across the trail too. It's got beautiful countryside and it's a nice hiking trail, but I won't ride it again until it gets some love from a trail building team. Nov 16, 2015
Huge lack of maintanence. Bushes everywhere, very hard to ride. Have to stop and carry my bike multiple times. Sep 30, 2016

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