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 4.5 (23)

2.1 Miles 3.4 Kilometers


Singletrack

8' 3 m

Ascent

-769' -234 m

Descent

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

17%

Max Grade (10°)

7,671' 2,338 m

High

6,911' 2,106 m

Low

Shared By Chris Harris

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All Clear 10 days ago
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"No Pedaling Required" - Smooth berms, low-consequence table tops and FLOW!

Chris Harris

Dogs No Dogs

Features -none-

Downhill only!

Description

The first purpose built trail in the Emerald Mountain Area! The trail starts one switchback below the Blair Witch intersection with the fireroad or a short climb (to the left) from where Little Moab spits you out on the road.

The trail is fresh as of 2015 and boasts nearly 100 features including buffed berm turns, flowy rollers, and low-consequence table top jumps that are all rollable.

At the first road crossing, make a slight left on the service road to pick up the next segment and then continue straight through another service road intersection to pick up the last, more old-school technical rocky section.

This downhill can be combined with the backside of Beall - Ridge - Rotary Loop for a nice long ride featuring all types of riding.

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Jul 7, 2018
Paul Billings
Lower section below Blackmere Rd (rated green) was not nearly as fun. Sandy corners and less steep, suggest skipping this portion if you enjoyed th…
Jun 30, 2018
Mack Haugh
Jun 18, 2018
Andrew Baldwin
May 28, 2018
Christian Ravsten
Sep 29, 2017
Ashley Plumer
Sep 9, 2017
Tom McKim
Sep 6, 2017
Alex Mcnair
Aug 27, 2017
Josh Hofmann

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  4.5 from 23 votes

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#56

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#167

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