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Yellow fork Canyon MTB Trail - Feature Ride

 
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6.5 Miles 10.5 Kilometers


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Singletrack

1,339' 408 m

Ascent

-1,337' -408 m

Descent

6,997' 2,133 m

High

5,672' 1,729 m

Low

8%

Avg Grade (4°)

32%

Max Grade (18°)

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Yellow fork Canyon MTB Trail - Feature Trail / Cut this summer by trail Team for SingleTrack Route

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Yellow fork Canyon MTB Trail - Feature Ride - ride to give you some more rideable singletrack. As also watch out for horses. They seem to love to ride this trail in the opposite direction as the Bikers and hikers.
The are Lots of intersecting trails out here, But its hard to really get lost at all, they all take you back to the starting point. Ir if you get tired of climbing just turn around and head back down.

Description

Great SingleTrack right out the parking lot, that mirrors the Fire Road up about 1/2 mile then breaks off to the Left all singletrack though some great tree covered trails (Shade) as you near the fire road you'll see two trails the break to the right, stick with the Right one to remain the the singletrack up the canyon (If you go left it turns back into a fire road but will still get you there. About 3/4 a mile up you'll see another singletrack break off to the right if you in for a hike a bike by all means take it and carry your bike up and over the Saddle it will bring you back down to the trail. But if your loving the right continue strait on up the canyon. there are a few changing spots but rideable.
about a mile up you'll cross a fire road again, again you could take the fire road but what fun it that? and its rocky. So cross the road and pick up the singletrack again. You'll cross over that fire road again on your way back down.. from there is great flowing and fast singletrack all the way back to the Parking lot. Lots of little side trails but all lead to the same place. and Well if your tired you could jump on the fire road and take that back to the car at this point as well but again what fun is the,

there are houses and a few hikers out here as well se keep alert. Not much for Wild like in the summer time as it just a little to hot. But you can see Deer and Mountain Lions in the fall or cooler temps.

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Jul 27, 2017
Stewart Hudnall
Jul 4, 2017
Brien Maxfield
Hot day, loose dusty trail, good time!
Jun 30, 2017
Paul Frank
It was a lot of fun, but it does get a little narrow in a few points. We took an 11 year old and had fun, especially on the downhill.
Apr 15, 2017
GoKool Sanjel
Apr 1, 2017
Kevin Short
Sep 10, 2016
Bryce Ashcraft
Jul 18, 2015
Nicolas pereira

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  4.1 from 9 votes

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