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1.2 Miles 1.9 Kilometers


Singletrack

118' 36 m

Ascent

-119' -36 m

Descent

572' 174 m

High

483' 147 m

Low

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

18%

Max Grade (10°)

Bad / Closed

79 days agoUpdate

This loop requires a little climbing on easy terrain, but the downhill is worth it!

Steve Lercher

Overview

More information such as trail conditions and restrictions can be found at The Lercher 15 website.
Dogs: No Dogs

Description

There is nothing technical about this red section. You'll start this one off with a climb on a slight grade followed by a downhill which crosses a small wooden bridge. The next section of trail has you climbing non technical switchbacks. At 8/10 of a mile this red section crosses over the Lercher 15 Yellow Trail on a fast descent. Riders can hang a left onto the Lercher 15 Yellow Trail, or continue on screaming across the edge of a field and then dropping off into the woods to cross a small stream.

The trail pops out onto a ranch road along a cattle lane. Follow the road and red arrows back to the Lercher 15 Yellow Trail.

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Bad / Closed 79 days ago
Closed till end of year due to pipeline digging
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