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Lower Whistle Punk

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Trail

0.4 mile 0.6 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 0' 0 m
Descent: -142' -43 m
High: 2,080' 634 m
Low: 1,938' 591 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 7% (4°)
Max Grade: 15% (9°)

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Trail shared by Leslie Kehmeier

Fast and technical; roots, turns and big berms.

Leslie Kehmeier

Electric Mountain Bikes Unknown

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Description

Lower Whistle Punk is sandwiched between Upper Whistle Punk and High Baller and is moderately technical with lots of roots, turns and a couple of big berms.

The route drops in from an access road and quickly gets into continuous sections of roots. The corridor is both wide with big trees and tight with small trees.

After the first series of turns, the trail descends quickly towards a large evergreen tree and a big root drop into a sharp right-hand turn between two tree stumps.

From here, Lower Whistle Punk continues descending through smoother singletrack and a series of berms.

The end of the trail pulls you into tight forest and some rocky trail that spits you out onto the road above High Baller.

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Family Friendly, ADA Accessible, Need to Know, Dogs Allowed, Features, Electic Mountain Bikes Allowed

Contacts

Local Club: Team Dirt

Land Manager: BLM Oregon - Eugene/Springfield

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#6,102

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The big root drop on the Sexy Tree trail.
Aug 6, 2015 near Monroe, OR
A tight tree corridor on the upper part of the Sexy Tree trail.
Aug 6, 2015 near Monroe, OR
The turn from the gravel road to the singletrack.
Aug 22, 2014 near Monroe, OR

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