Seven Springs Loop Trail

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1.7 Miles 2.7 Kilometers


Singletrack

352' 107 m

Ascent

-270' -82 m

Descent

890' 271 m

High

538' 164 m

Low

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

13%

Max Grade (8°)

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A singletrack descent through the woods, followed by a climb back up.

alex keedy

Description

This trail is located in the north part of Fremont Older Open Space Preserve. After reaching the top of Cora Older Trail, turn right, which takes you on a mostly shallow curved descent through the woods with 1 or 2 bermed corners. There's one tight switchback, but otherwise the trail is very flowy with nothing technical.

After crossing Ranch Road Trail, the trail takes you back up on a technically easy climb with some nice views and a mild/moderate aerobic difficulty climb (certainly easier aerobically than Hayfield and Toyon climbs on the south end of the reserve).

Near the end of the trail, there's a very short off-chute to reach Hunter's Point which has a bench and a very nice panoramic view of the south bay and other parts of the preserve. From Hunter's Point, one can head southwest on a fireroad descent on Hayfield Trail to go tackle the trails in the south part of Fremont Older.

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