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Slaughter Creek Trail

Intermediate
 4.1 (58) RECOMMENDED ROUTE

Southwest Austin's very own Singletrack!


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Map Key

5.4

Miles

8.7

KM

95%

Singletrack

998' 304 m

High

852' 260 m

Low

208' 63 m

Up

212' 65 m

Down

1%

Avg Grade (1°)

6%

Max Grade (4°)

Dogs No Dogs

E-Bikes Unknown

Features -none-

Gate closed at night and when trail is wet.

Overview

An easy 5-mile singletrack through the woods and fields in southwest Austin. The entrance is easy to miss, just look for the gate when traveling south on 1826. It's just past the Slaughter Creek crossing.

Need to Know

Trail Open/Closed status due to wet trails can be checked on the Facebook page:

facebook.com/slaughtercreek…

Description

This is an easy 5-mile singletrack trail that winds through the woods and fields in southwest Austin. The entrance is easy to miss, look for the gate when traveling south on 1826, it's just past the Slaughter Creek crossing.

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Trail Ratings

  4.1 from 58 votes

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  4.1 from 58 votes
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Medium drop.
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Check-Ins

Nov 26, 2020
Daniel Trugman
Sep 27, 2020
JJ Cameron
Apr 28, 2020
Mark Baker
Nice 5.4mi
Jan 12, 2020
heath Braun
Closed 1/12/20
Dec 7, 2019
Matt Clark
Nov 17, 2019
Christopher Caronna
Good ride, nice and cool outside 5.5mi — 10h 00m
Aug 24, 2019
Jonathan Bunt
10.8mi
Aug 8, 2019
Eric Freier
If you enjoy flat and rocky this is it. Oh and bring a water truck and sweat wipers for your eyes. 105 degrees.