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B Loop

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Length

5.4 Miles 8.7 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

537' 164 m

Ascent

-549' -167 m

Descent

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

11%

Max Grade (7°)

1,111' 339 m

High

977' 298 m

Low

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The 2nd of 4 stacked loops in Highland State Rec. Longer climbs than the A loop, more rocks, roots.

Randy Kessler

Overview

Popular with hunters during deer season. Check Michigan DNR site for exact dates and wear orange when appropriate. A Michigan "Recreation Passport" is required to park at the trail-head
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Dogs: Leashed

Description [Suggest Changes]

The B Loop is longest of the 4 stacked loops of the Highland Recreation A-B-C-D Loops and has one cutoff should you need it. It is still a long way back to the trailhead, however. For both the A and B Loops, the outbound is longer than the inbound due to the number of switchbacks.

Your time is spent navigating rocks and roots on this narrow singletrack-lovers heaven. There is plenty of off-camber trail to keep you on your toes, too. Beginners should ride this trail with other experienced riders; it is a challenging ride. The basic A/B Loop defines the character of this trail.

From the trailhead on Livingston Road, ride the A Loop (3.8 miles) & B Loop (9.7 miles) as the basic continuous trail.

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May 12, 2018
Aaron Kempter
Took the cutout to get back to A loop. 5.4mi
Feb 27, 2018
Dustin Moulton
Aug 8, 2015
Matt Uphoff

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