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Long-Fiske Connector

Intermediate

Trail

0.6 mile 1.0 kilometer point to point
Doubletrack
Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 139' 42 m
Descent: -33' -10 m
High: 2,379' 725 m
Low: 2,252' 687 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 5% (3°)
Max Grade: 16% (9°)

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Trail shared by Lance Buck

This is an important little link across the top to connect long rides.

Lance Buck

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Description

There are only two ways to link the Fiske Creek Trail to Long Canyon Trail. This one eliminates the bushwhacking with a minimum hike-a-bike. From the Long Canyon Trail side, look for the remains of an old jeep trail heading north from a 'T' intersection above the large pond at the top of the drainage.

The route is pretty vague at the south end, but becomes clear once you crest the ridge. There is only one way through the brush.

From the North, don't miss the fork that peals off on the right if you are heading down hill from Fiske Creek Road toward Blue Ridge Trail. The path doubles back up the ridge shortly after leaving Fiske Creek Road.

The only other crossing I can find is to follow the divide East toward the Helipad at the End of Fiske Creek Road.

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Contacts

Land Manager: Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument (BSM-NM)

Apr 30, 2016: footer Form Test

Mar 31, 2016: Hello world!

Mar 28, 2016: Hello world!

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