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Boardman Creek

Extremely Difficult

Trail

8.6 mile 13.9 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Extremely Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 3,045' 928 m
Descent: -104' -32 m
High: 8,263' 2,519 m
Low: 5,319' 1,621 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 7% (4°)
Max Grade: 32% (18°)

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Trail shared by Chris Wandervans

A blast of lengthy singletrack.

Chris Wandervans

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Can be snowbound until July

Description

Boardman Creek has lots of different loop options. The easiest loop is to use the old mining roads just to the east to climb. These old roads will take you almost to the top of the creek and then you can blast down the creek. The creek is also mellow enough for an out and back ride. There is also Deadwood Creek over the ridge which will make for a harder loop since you'll need to crest the ridge, but it will also give you more singletrack.

The trail is very gradual over most of its length and is not heavily traveled, so it remains in great shape for most of the year. The trees should be cut out by mid-June and give you clear sailing.

You'll climb in mostly heavy timber cover and have some stream crossings so your feet will get wet in the early season. Overall, it's just a nice scenic ride!

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