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Dalton Road

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1.9 Miles 3.1 Kilometers


Doubletrack

75' 23 m

Ascent

-236' -72 m

Descent

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

9%

Max Grade (5°)

881' 269 m

High

717' 218 m

Low

Shared By Timothy Parrish

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Some Mud - Definitely still some muddy spots. Better to ride through a little mud than not ride. History

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A forest road connecting Lake Road at two different points. Allows shorter access to other trails.

Timothy Parrish

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When riding on Lake Road from the eastern entrance, the Dalton Road trail is the first forest road off to the right. It is gated to discourage motorized use, but cyclists can ride around the gate.

Shortly after beginning your trek, you'll pass the Vomit trail on the left. This trail is not currently marked, so be sure to look hard for the entrance. Vomit will take you from Dalton Road back down onto Lake Road.

If you're planning to continue on on Dalton Road, you'll pass Vomit, and stick to the doubletrack.
Dalton Road will eventually bring you to the intersection of Wounded Knee and Wounded Road, but you'll just continue past. Pedaling even further on Dalton Road will dump you back out on Lake Road immediately adjacent to Chainbreaker.

While not terribly exciting, this is a great access road to many of the trails in the area.

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