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Espinazo del Diablo - Evil Spine

 2 votes

13.5 Miles 21.7 Kilometers


50%

Singletrack

2,227' 679 m

Ascent

-2,233' -681 m

Descent

7,378' 2,249 m

High

5,855' 1,785 m

Low

6%

Avg Grade (4°)

25%

Max Grade (14°)

Unknown

Update

A great singletrack desvent with an easy road climb. Un buen descenso con un ascenso sencillo.

Gabriel RuizCo

Overview

One of the best trails in the area, with a distance of more than 20km. The entire ascent is on road, with a rise of over 600 meters. The descent is 100% singletrack. Full of memorable views, this singletrack will challenge your skills.

Una de las mejores veredas con un recorrido de mas de 20km, generalmente la subida es por vereda ancha con un ascenso de mas de 600 metros y la bajada es 100% SingleTrack. Una confinacin de Vistas Memorables, Single Tracks que retan a tus capacidades de conduccin.
Dogs: No Dogs

Need to Know

Look out for trail runners on weekends.

Ultimamente te podrs encontrar Trail Runners subiendo por el SingleTrack.

Description

Start climbing a pavement road to warm up your legs. Once you've left the pavement, jump a gateway to the Forest and begin the 8 km climb on a wide trail. You'll know when you've come to the top when you come to the Watchtower Number 1. This is a great place to take a picture and enjoy your surroundings.

Continue on the same path downhill and look for an entrance on your left. This is the start of your singletrack descent on the trail we call "Espinazo." The trail is full of curves, switchbacks and some jumping sections.

Eventually, this trail connects with another called "River Flow," which isn't very steep but is very fast. This trail is where several local riders have a friendly competition for KOMs. At the end of this path, head back to where you started on "La Cebada" sidewalk that has a mix of wide road with some sections of singletrack.

Empezaras subiendo por pavimento para calentar pierna, una vez que haz dejado el pavimento saltaras una puerta de entrada al Bosque y empezaras la subida durante 8 km por vereda ancha, sabrs que haz llegado arriba por que llegars a la Torre de Vigia #1, es obligada la foto del recuerdo cuando llegues ah, regresaras por la misma vereda de bajada y observaras una entrada a tu mano izquierda, sabrs que ah empieza tu descenso en la vereda que llamamos "Espinazo", vereda caracterizada por tus curvas, switchbacks y algunos brincos, esta vereda conecta con otra que la llamamos "River Flow" una vereda con poco inclinacin pero muy rpida, donde varios Riders Locales mantienen la competencia por los KOMS, al terminar este vereda el regreso a tu comienzo ser por "La Cebada" vereda que tiene una mezcla de camino ancho con algunas secciones de SingleTrack.

History & Background

The climb to Tower # 1 is the first trail made by the land managers. The peak, at an elevation of 2,200 meters (~7,200 feet), gives you a memorable view over the forest.

La subida a Torre #1, es de las primeras veredas realizadas por los adminitradores del Bosque ya que su pico de 2,200 metros te permiten una vista memorable sobre el Bosque y permite al Vigia mantener en alerta cualquier suceso que pasa en el Bosque La Primavera.

Contacts

Local Club: Primavera MTB

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Se ve que esta de poca madre!!! Jun 11, 2015

 
tengo una pregunta alguien sabe si puedo rentar bicicleta en guadalajara vengo de vacaciones Sep 2, 2016

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