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Easy/Intermediate

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0.6 mile 0.9 kilometer out and back
Singletrack
Easy/Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 92' 28 m
Descent: -90' -28 m
High: 726' 221 m
Low: 636' 194 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 6% (3°)
Max Grade: 10% (6°)

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Trail shared by Jerry Hicks

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A trail with gentle switchbacks for steady climbing...or a fun descent.

Jerry Hicks

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Family Friendly A fun trail for all ability levels.

Description

A trail that's both a fairly easy climb and also a very fun downhill run is hard to find, but somehow Twitter accomplishes just this. This trail branches off from Home Page at the Crazy 8 trail intersection and meets back up with Tumblr at the top at the Hybrid trail intersection.

A series of many switchbacks, this trail flows beautifully from top to bottom and will have you coming back again and again to see where you can cut off a few seconds of time. A combination of off-camber turns and intermittent rocks to avoid provides a challenging, but fun, downhill ride.

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Aug 20, 2017
Jacob Mullis
Oct 16, 2016
Todd Ahern
Aug 31, 2016
Jared Hall

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  3.7 from 3 votes

#14281

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#380

in New York

#14,281

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