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A dozen or so short, steep plunges/climbs along the forested edge of a long pond


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Map Key

0.7

Miles

1.1

KM

Singletrack

131' 40 m

High

107' 32 m

Low

26' 8 m

Up

30' 9 m

Down

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

13%

Max Grade (8°)

Dogs Unknown

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Description

This one-way blast runs east-west and completes the Abyss Loop, and includes the Big Drop feature. It is basically a set of steep dips from the access road level down the embankment towards the pond and back. Get ready for Gs and off-camber curves that hug the side of the embankment, with opportunities (or risks) of full air over the tops of the whoops, of which many have no table-top before the next descent.

The last section, aptly named Big Drop is the biggest of the bunch, but requires a short jaunt down the access road (right) after exiting South Abyss.

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Toby Link

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#99

in Florida

#7,001

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Photos

There are some pretty amazing view before the entrance to South Abyss.
Jun 21, 2017 near Boyette, FL
Rocky climb at the end of Big Drop (last section of South Abyss)
Mar 12, 2019 near Boyette, FL
Entrance to North Abyss
Mar 12, 2019 near Boyette, FL
Pandemonium follows the edge of the embankment, but fortunately doesn't get too close to the edge.
Jun 21, 2017 near Boyette, FL
This is a POV video of Pandemonium where I show all the options (I loop back to the fork in the trail).
Jan 12, 2017 near Boyette, FL

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