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blue Native Oak Trail

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Trail

2.1 mile 3.4 kilometer point to point
Doubletrack
Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 481' 147 m
Descent: -391' -119 m
High: 1,117' 341 m
Low: 656' 200 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 8% (4°)
Max Grade: 17% (10°)

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Trail shared by Dave Gregg

Almost entirely tree-covered, this beautiful trail is well worth the effort.

Dave Gregg

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Description

This trail is the bulk of what is known to mountain bikers as the 7th St Loop. It splits left from Ahwingna Trail at a large tree with a hitching post beneath it. Tree-covered and green, it's one of the best trails for miles around.

The trail is hard-pack with many wide switchbacks descending a north-facing hillside. Then the trail continues along the bottom of a small canyon, darting and turning through really fast lines beneath the trees. At the bottom, it bends left and starts climbing a small series of steep switchbacks. The climb back to the top is also completely tree-covered and a real pleasure to ride.

Cresting the last rise, follow the trail down a steep channel of rocks and stay left along the ridge trail for a half-mile or so to complete the loop.

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  3.8 from 6 votes

#2

in Whittier

#7766

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#2

in Whittier

#559

in California

#7,766

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