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Rollercoaster

 4.0 (4)

2.0 Miles 3.3 Kilometers


Singletrack

35' 11 m

Ascent

-397' -121 m

Descent

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

19%

Max Grade (11°)

3,946' 1,203 m

High

3,564' 1,086 m

Low

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A flow trail with many optional features.

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Features -none-

No closures, but NO FUN if it's wet!

Description

Take Highway 3 North past the town of Acton. Take a right onto Oswald Road, which is located between mile marker 18 and 19. Continue 6.5 miles until Haeg Road and take a right. About 2.5 miles farther is the parking lot and the entrance to the Acton Recreation Area.

The entire area is being developed through a partnership between the BLM and local IMBA club, Pedal United. Trails are constantly developing, with the goal of turning the Acton Recreation area into a mountain bike destination.

Rollercoaster begins on the hill north of the parking area. A superb flow trail, riders will enjoy berms and descents galore. This trail can be ridden as the intermediate trail it was designed to be, BUT there are many optional black diamond features!

Once you've reached the bottom, wipe the grin off your face, sit back for a spin up Heag Road to hit another fantastic trail!

Contacts

Local Club: Pedal United

Land Manager: BLM Montana/Dakotas

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Jun 30, 2018
Shawn Pollock
Fun little trail system ... look forward to riding it again when we come up to visit from CO.
Jun 4, 2016
EDDIE CAMACHO
Apr 18, 2016
Nathan Lozier

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