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Sap Tree

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Length

1.1 Miles 1.7 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

480' 146 m

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Descent

9%

Avg Grade (5°)

16%

Max Grade (9°)

5,955' 1,815 m

High

5,476' 1,669 m

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Forested singletrack following City Creek.

Gregory Thompson

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Dogs: Leashed

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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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#175

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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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