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black Sap Tree

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1.1 mile 1.7 kilometer point to point
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Ascent: 480' 146 m
Descent: 0' 0 m
High: 5,955' 1,815 m
Low: 5,476' 1,669 m

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Avg Grade: 9% (5°)
Max Grade: 16% (9°)

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Forested singletrack following City Creek.

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Off the City Creek/Kinport Road, about 300 yards from the end of Upper City Creek Trail you'll see a bridge numbered 18. This is the start of Sap Tree. The trail is mostly forested and follows the creek up until you get to a huge pine tree that is oozing sap. There is also a log bench someone created. The trail continues beyond that but is part of the Sap Tree DH trail and becomes really gnarly after about 1/2 mile.

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#210

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#4,110

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Chan P.
Cottonwood Heights, UT
Chan P.   Cottonwood Heights, UT
Just rode this last Saturday. The top section is pretty gnarly and it looks like we were the first ones one the top section this year. There is a snow field right at the top that we hiked over. There's a gnarly rock section through the river bottom at the top. After the river bottom, it smoothes out into a mostly nice flowy trail with exception of one or two muddy spots/crossings. May 30, 2017

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