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Turner Creek Spur

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0.5 Miles 0.9 Kilometers


Singletrack

31' 10 m

Ascent

-53' -16 m

Descent

1,690' 515 m

High

1,641' 500 m

Low

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

8%

Max Grade (5°)

Unknown

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A fun ride through the ferns by the creek.

Russell Lundstrum

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To fully appreciate this trail, you need to ride it from the intersection of Winding Stair Gap Rd and Nimblewill Branch Trail. You can coast and enjoy the ride, or pedal hard and shred the trail (As always, yield to horses). In about 3/4 mile, you'll take a hard left onto the fast downhill part of Turner Creek. It is easy to miss this turn in the fall, so keep your eyes peeled. It will be a short rocky downhill onto a doubletrack road and you can hammer on it fast and straight until the next turn about another 3/4 mile down the road.

Continuing straight will put you out onto the same place on FS 28-1, but the better route is to take a hard left onto singletrack. There will be a narrow wooden bridge going across a creek and then some nice singletrack winding through ferns along a stream. This continues for about half a mile until ending on FS28-1. Across the road is a campsite.

Connections:
left: Nimblewill Branch, Black Branch,No-Tell, Beaver Pond, Montgomery Creek
right: Upper Moss Creek, Lower Moss Creek

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