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Braeburn

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0.4 mile 0.7 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
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Elevation

Ascent: 0' 0 m
Descent: -202' -62 m
High: 1,247' 380 m
Low: 1,044' 318 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 9% (5°)
Max Grade: 21% (12°)

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Trail shared by Eric Ashley

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A straightforward trail with some exciting options.

Eric Ashley

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The Dry Hill trail network is located on WA DNR land and is maintained by the Olympic Dirt Society. The area is best known for its collection of downhill trails and the NW Cup race series. The trails are open year round, but there is no vehicle access except for on event days WA Discover Pass is required for parking.

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Braeburn is pretty basic as it points down slope. An optional jump at the beginning, mandatory drop, and a large optional hip add some flavor to this otherwise cruiser trail.

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#496

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#18,752

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Kaytlin Melvin navigates the chunk during seeding runs at the NW Cup.
Apr 24, 2017 near Port An…, WA
Matthew McCluskey keeps things low on this sender at the top of Braeburn.
Oct 5, 2016 near Port An…, WA
Heading into the chunder during practice on Upper Pro.
Jul 10, 2015 near Port An…, WA
This banked stump jump is fun, but it's tricky enough to sneak up on you.
Apr 24, 2017 near Port An…, WA
Carson Eiswald keeps things low during his race run at the NW Cup.
Apr 24, 2017 near Port An…, WA
A racer starts on Falcon Punch during the Cascadia National Enduro Championship.
Jul 10, 2015 near Port An…, WA

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