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Dante's Trail

 3.7 (12)

4.1 Miles 6.6 Kilometers


Singletrack

291' 89 m

Ascent

-224' -68 m

Descent

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

7%

Max Grade (4°)

721' 220 m

High

608' 185 m

Low

Shared By Nick Landis

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The main trail of Purgatory Creek Natural Area connecting the south and north trailheads.

Nick Landis

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This trail is the one long trail that goes all the way from the south trailhead to the north trailhead in Purgatory Creek Natural Area. Its terrain varies with some easy sections, some flowing singletrack with gentle rolls to rocky and steep sections with small boulders and tree roots.

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Aug 31, 2018
Ron Mccarty
Aug 16, 2018
Mike Krieg
8mi
May 23, 2018
Bobby C
First time here. Nice area. 3mi
Apr 24, 2018
Chris Hooker
Apr 1, 2018
M J
Nov 25, 2017
Katie Scott
Oct 16, 2017
Katie Husfeld
Sep 4, 2017
Peter Streibig
A mostly mellow trail with some difficult rocky sections. Some sections of trail unrideable due to flooding damage and stagnant mosquito-filled swamp 10.7mi

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  3.7 from 12 votes

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Jon Samson
New Braunfels
Jon Samson   New Braunfels
I Rode this for the first time on Saturday September 2 2017. Do not go by the the map above for parking. There are 2 places, and the one notated on the map south of the trail is wrong and those directions will take you to subdivisions. The lower trail head (which is where I would recommend starting) is at Hunter Road and FM 12 AKA wonder World. Sep 4, 2017

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