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Stone Mill Loop

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Length

0.9 Miles 1.5 Kilometers


Doubletrack

Elevation

108' 33 m

Ascent

-107' -33 m

Descent

4%

Avg Grade (3°)

22%

Max Grade (12°)

196' 60 m

High

100' 30 m

Low

Conditions


Minor Issues 43 days ago
Mostly Dry - Horse riders have left mounds of crap everywhere. Seasonal closure trails are being destroyed by horses. Someone has been placing loose logs on most corners making it a very unenjoyable ride. Wear long pants as Nettles are in full growth. History

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A nice wide clean path. Straight up/down hill on one end. Back and forth on the other.

Mike Lenz

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The Stone Mill Loop starts at the intersection of North-South Connector and South Ridge Loop. You can run it either direction, this entry is CCW.

At the intersection you'll head south on the North-South Connector. It is a quick drop of 85 feet on a wide packed dirt and gravel path. At the bottom you'll see the hill to the south exit on your right (across the bridge).

Don't turn just head straight up into what look like a dead end path. Once you get there you'll make a hard left and start your way up the switchbacks.

Eventually, the path straightens out. Your total climb will be 95 feet. There are a few more rollers. When it opens up on the right you'll see a private meadow. This is the Everson family farm.

After getting back under tree cover there is a Y intersection (Everson's Cutoff is the right fork). Stay left and you'll end up back where you started.

This completes the loop.

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#159

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