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Jackson Demo Forest

 3.9 (10)

16.7 Miles 26.9 Kilometers


80%

Singletrack

2,469' 753 m

Ascent

-2,471' -753 m

Descent

6%

Avg Grade (3°)

25%

Max Grade (14°)

904' 276 m

High

41' 13 m

Low

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Conditions


Minor Issues 44 days ago
Dry - Logging going on. You got to take road to forest history. History

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Redwood forest with fun a singletrack ride!

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Overview

Excellent down hill singletrack in redwood forest. Not super technical, but you need some skill. Uphills are on fire roads.

Need to Know

Park on road 409 where the pavement turns to fire road.

Description

Park where road 409 turns from pavement to gravel. Drop down to a narrow singletrack that runs parallel to the road and then hook up with the main road for a short climb on Little Lake fire road. Take Manley Gulcn to the bottom and then climb to the old Jeep trail/Ridge trail. Enjoy some more awesome narrow singletrack that takes you back to the bottom. Enjoy the mellow climb out on the fire road and head back to the car.

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Oct 14, 2018
Joe Park
Park later on fire road as beginning of trail is mostly ruined. 18.3mi
Sep 19, 2018
Scott Carrothers
Aug 28, 2018
Suprio Bhattacharya
Jun 30, 2018
Christian L
May 29, 2018
Kurt Davey
May 28, 2018
Kurt Davey
Feb 25, 2018
Jessica DeJarnette
Oct 28, 2017
Robert Peterson
beautiful singletrack sections, fun to do this in 4.5 to 5 hours to fully enjoy it and all the cool little forest cabins in the woods 16.7mi

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  3.9 from 10 votes

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