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Flow Trail

 33 votes

3.4 Miles 5.5 Kilometers


Singletrack

11' 3 m

Ascent

-1,254' -382 m

Descent

2,028' 618 m

High

785' 239 m

Low

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

24%

Max Grade (13°)

All Clear

80 days agoUpdate

A brand new four-mile flow trail in Santa Cruz Mountains that rips!

Garritt Cusack

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Dogs: No Dogs

Description

Head down the Ridge Trail from Aptos Creek Fire Road passing Corral, Sulphur Springs and Braille Trail until you arrive at Segment 1 of the Flow Trail. Point your bike downhill and begin ripping the berms, whoops, and pumps galore the next 3 1/2 miles.

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Oct 19, 2017
Nicole Ellsworth
Trail is fun but pretty beat up
Oct 3, 2017
Haydan Ehresman
20mi
Aug 20, 2017
Larry Russell
2210ft 6.4mi
Aug 19, 2017
Larry Russell
2nd Run 6.4mi
Jul 2, 2017
James Lindenberger
What an amazing ride! I've never ridden berms that big! Rode up the road climb to Ridge, then down corral, back up Sulphur Springs, then down Flow. 17.1mi — 4h 15m
Jun 26, 2017
Mark Kelleher
Unreal, amazing flow and huge fun! Tough fire climb up Sulfur Springs road. 3.4mi
Jun 23, 2017
Constantine Krotcov
Jun 20, 2017
Joseph Hart
Fun quad burner, I am not a huge fan of Flow trails, would rather ride more "organic" singletrack but this was fun. 3.4mi

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All Clear 80 days ago
Dry - Fun as heck!
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Kick. Ass. Aug 29, 2016
does anyone know if this is rideable? I heard that the rain trashed it and it needs repair :( Mar 12, 2017

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