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East Fork Rattlesnake Creek #514

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3.5 mile 5.7 kilometer point to point
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Elevation

Ascent: 130' 40 m
Descent: -1,896' -578 m
High: 6,100' 1,859 m
Low: 4,318' 1,316 m

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Avg Grade: 11% (6°)
Max Grade: 23% (13°)

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Steep and technical connector trail between Sheep Mountain and the main Rattlesnake corridor.

Matt Radlowski

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After you descend the north side of Sheep Mountain, you can either head to Mineral Peak or drop left down this (#514) into the East Fork of the Rattlesnake. Trail #514 continues to be steep, rugged, and fast downhill with a few short punchy climbs and a creek crossing to keep things interesting. When you reach the main Rattlesnake corridor just above Franklin Bridge, there is still 8 miles of easy 2-track back to the Main Rattlesnake trailhead.

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Sep 6, 2018
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