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Flow Trail

 4.0 (1)

0.5 Miles 0.8 Kilometers


Singletrack

8' 3 m

Ascent

-108' -33 m

Descent

4%

Avg Grade (3°)

16%

Max Grade (9°)

5,956' 1,815 m

High

5,856' 1,785 m

Low

Shared By Darran Wells

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A fun, flowy singletrack with a few scattered drops, jumps and berms.

Darran Wells

Dogs No Dogs

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Description

Access this one-way trail by climbing up the clifftop doubletrack jeep road. As the road veers left, away from the cliff band, singletrack peels off to the right and continues following the cliff for another 0.25 mile to intersection above a big berm and gap in the cliff band on the right.

For a rowdier option, continue up the 2 track for 200 yards past the first singletrack to find a second singletrack on the right which leads to 3 descent options. Each option gets progressively difficult. The easiest route is on the left, and it has no mandatory drops. The middle route includes a 1-foot drop. The left route includes a 3-foot drop. All 3 options meet up with main trail above the berm. Motor through the berm and across the meadow to a barbed wire fence and the top of the flow trail.

Drop into the gully on singletrack to small rollers and bermed turns built into the sides of the gully for .25 miles. Flow trail ends at the bridge across the canal. Turn right and follow the canal trail around for another loop.

Construction is planned to continue the flow trail on the opposite side of the canal bridge during summer and Fall of 2015. Stay tuned.

Contacts

Local Club: Lander Cycling Club

Land Manager: Central Wyoming College

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