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greenBlue Outer Loop

Trail

3.7 mile 6.0 kilometer loop
Doubletrack
Easy/Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 439' 134 m
Descent: -432' -132 m
High: 7,522' 2,293 m
Low: 7,243' 2,208 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 4% (3°)
Max Grade: 12% (7°)

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Trail shared by Randall Hulsey

The outer loop through the pines at Fox Run.

Randall Hulsey

E-Bikes Unknown

Features -none-

Family Friendly A wide, gradual trail perfect for kids and beginners!

Description

This is a nice, wide doubletrack (for the most part). It's great for beginners just getting into mountain biking and for those looking for a light cardio workout. This trail loops around and through the pines as it ascends/descends this park's ridges. Going counter-clockwise results in a fairly steep climb just north of the ponds, but otherwise a fairly tame, but nice ride.

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Mar 27, 2019
Derrek Deans
Jul 20, 2018
Adam Fisher
sandy
Jul 17, 2018
Dean Gialamas
Easy trail. Not well Marked. Lots of loose gravel 9.2mi
Jun 19, 2018
Jonathan Paget
Jun 18, 2018
Matt Pfaff
attempt to ride outer loop with Kate 3.6mi
Jun 10, 2018
Jess Johnson
May 28, 2018
Jenny Montague
May 3, 2018
Matthew Jacobberger
A decent area with several trails to explore. Quite a few roots, off-camber turns, and sand pits - be careful of slipping out. 4.6mi

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  3.1 from 16 votes

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#1,145

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#13,184

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