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Moonscape

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 4.7 (15)

Expert trail features with mandatory drop-offs, very steep drops and climbs with tight turns


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Map Key

0.9

Miles

1.5

KM

Singletrack

110' 33 m

High

103' 31 m

Low

14' 4 m

Up

16' 5 m

Down

1%

Avg Grade (0°)

4%

Max Grade (2°)

Dogs No Dogs

E-Bikes Allowed

Do NOT ride when wet! Clay trail surface becomes extremely slippery after a rain. There is no traction for climbing or braking. Please wait 48 hours after a heavy rain before attempting this trail.

Description

Enter MoonScape at the Rollercoaster exit or, optionally, use the RC Connector to access the start.

Take a big breath starting a steep climb followed by a qualifier steep drop. Start breathing again for a slow climb up to the 50 ridge and enter into a series of steep, tight, and twisty drops and climbs. Expect mandatory 2 rocky rollovers and 3 drop-offs. Be sure to take the optional sections: Gravitron, Doom and No Dab Hill for a longer (and even more intense) test of your skills!

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Jeff White

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  4.7 from 15 votes

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  4.7 from 15 votes
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Take a lap on Gravitron with this 12-year-old shredder!
Apr 28, 2016 near Lithia, FL
Alafia is Epic
Jun 4, 2021 near Lithia, FL
Roots and rocks about on the Gravitron loop of Moonscape.
Oct 30, 2015 near Lithia, FL
One of the drops...
Nov 12, 2018 near Lithia, FL
lake bridge
Jun 16, 2018 near Lithia, FL
exit boardwalk
Jun 16, 2018 near Lithia, FL

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Feb 17, 2019
Connor Parish
Technical terrain with awesome lines, drops, and chutes that keep you on your toes. A fantastic and different option in the phosphate mines of Lithia. 0.9mi
Dec 16, 2018
Cory Watts
Musdy
Nov 17, 2018
Randy Taylor
Mar 21, 2018
Joey Atkins
Jan 27, 2018
Andrew Alger
Oct 27, 2017
Keith Ferguson