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Lakeway/Canyonland Trails AKA LAME

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10.0 Miles 16.0 Kilometers


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1,219' 371 m

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-1,217' -371 m

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1,176' 359 m

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809' 247 m

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5%

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23%

Max Grade (13°)

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This ride is of the main loop up and down Mount Lakeway and along HWY 71 back to the trailhead

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All Clear 68 days ago
Dry, Mostly Dry - A couple wet spots/rocks in the low spots but it's all good other than that.
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What a blast ! Very techinical with sharp switchbacks and some tricky ledges. Plenty of spots that have no forgivness should you go off the narrow trail. Plenty of hike-a-bike spots going up and thrilling to go down. Take your time and you'll escape with only minor scratches and a real feeling of accomplishment. Trails are mostly in the trees so sun wasn't a real issue. Take plenty of water. Jul 16, 2016


Very fun trail, I'm glad I took my new 650+ FS down it and not my 29 HT. Lots of rocks, lots of fun drops, challengeing climbs and a couple higher speed decents (especially if you take a wrong turn). Bring plenty of water like Don said. Not for the faint of heart and I wouldn't recomment it for novice riders unless you're content with hiking quite a bit. Make sure you download the MTB app and bring your phone along, theres a lot of forks in the trail and none of them have signs after you climb out of the trail. Aug 3, 2016


I plan to check this place out. Sep 3, 2016


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