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black Pangor

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0.9 mile 1.4 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
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Elevation

Ascent: 2' 1 m
Descent: -666' -203 m
High: 1,347' 410 m
Low: 683' 208 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 14% (8°)
Max Grade: 23% (13°)

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A skinnies delight littered with rocks and roots.

Eric Ashley

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Mount Seymour is home to diverse terrain and multi-use trails. Access is free and the area can be shuttled. Bikes are only allowed on designated trails.

Description

This rocky and rooty trail has extensive skinnies and ladders for a ride that really lets you challenge your balance and pick your line. There are too many skinnies on this trail to detail them all but they're all fun, ranging from basic boards in the ground to extravagant crisscrossing creations. A few features also involve drops. Fortunately, they are generally marked, but looking before leaping is a healthy approach for Pangor. Most of the trail is downhill, but there is a brief, but rugged, root climb that then drops back into the fun.

On the last pitch to the exit onto the Bridle Path the straight option is a small drop while the left route is a rocky ramp.

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