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 2 votes

0.7 Miles 1.1 Kilometers


Singletrack

187' 57 m

Ascent

-61' -19 m

Descent

913' 278 m

High

788' 240 m

Low

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

13%

Max Grade (8°)

Unknown

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A long, steady climb with a couple of steep sections.

matt pekuri

Overview

Two-way trail.
Dogs: Leashed

Description

This trail is so named because of some graffiti that used to be spray painted on a rock by the trail.

From The Luge or Wall of Death, take a right on the paved bike trail and follow it uphill. There are generally a lot of pedestrians on this section, so watch your speed and be courteous. Watch for the trail entrance on your left and start climbing. There are a couple of small rock gardens just as you enter the singletrack.

The trail steadily climbs and gets pretty steep just before the top. At the top, you'll find the old foundations to a ski jump that is no longer there. Pause and consider the fall line the ski jumpers would take down into the valley.

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Jul 29, 2017
Matt Lennartson
Ride 'em All Challenge - Last one!
Jul 27, 2017
John Mette
Accessed via Wall of Death.
Jul 27, 2017
Tara Reddinger-Adams
Jul 16, 2017
Jake Vanada
Trail not marked not maintain not agree. Tons of potential but was not impressed 4mi
Jul 16, 2017
Adam Milnes
Jul 2, 2017
Amanda Dekan
Jul 1, 2017
Luke Fiore
Jun 30, 2017
Ben Walter
1.4mi

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in Minnesota

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