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Monkey Trail

 4.5 (12)

10.6 Miles 17.1 Kilometers


Singletrack

648' 198 m

Ascent

-650' -198 m

Descent

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

16%

Max Grade (9°)

326' 99 m

High

242' 74 m

Low

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Over 10+ miles of some of the best trails around. Mostly singletrack, with plenty of climbing.

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Short steep climbs/descents with several 180 degree switchbacks are the most memorable features.

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Jun 27, 2018
Tammy Akey
Really looking forward to riding this trail and it did not disappoint. 11 miles (yes 11) of meticulously maintained singletrack trail that is flowly. 11mi
Mar 16, 2018
Jody Lanier
11mi
Dec 29, 2017
Tyler Wasson
Very leafy between 2.5-5 mile. 8mi
Dec 23, 2017
James Brow
Nice trail, was cool to hear the monkeys in the distance. 10.8mi — 2h 00m
Sep 30, 2017
Nancy Holmes
Sep 10, 2017
Chris Prochnow
Dry, tree down last 3/4 mile. 9.6mi
Jul 30, 2017
Rob Guzman
8mi
Jun 11, 2017
Matthew McGee

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  4.5 from 12 votes

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Casey Fry
Austin-ish, TX
Casey Fry   Austin-ish, TX
Visiting Shreveport for Tgiving, came out on Friday. Nice, flowy ride with lots of short climbs and descents. Mostly "green" with some "blue" rooty sections, especially in the last mile or so, on the north side. I brought the single speed, it was perfect for this. Might want to find a map though, as the trail splits frequently with no indication of which spurs are longer/shorter, features, etc... Nov 25, 2016

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