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Lost Turkey - Tower Section

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Length

2.0 Miles 3.2 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

164' 50 m

Ascent

-798' -243 m

Descent

9%

Avg Grade (5°)

40%

Max Grade (22°)

3,066' 934 m

High

2,356' 718 m

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An old-school downhill with a steep stone step section - proceed with caution!

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Description

The western half of this trail (beyond the radio towers) is downhill only. Begin by taking the connector trail across the paved road from the gate near Intersection #8*.

The connector takes you to a paved road and the last 100+ yards of your ascent will be on pavement. Look for the trail on your left just before the towers. The descent starts off with a stone steps section that most riders will walk down - proceed with caution! The remainder of the descent is a steep, old-school brake-burner of a downhill with several switchbacks.

After crossing the paved road, the trail remains steep until connecting to a doubletrack section where you'll bear left and ride up a few rolling hills on your way to the Family Campground. Beyond this portion, the next section of Lost Turkey from the Family Campground to Monument road is a steep doubletrack that is rarely ridden. Most riders will want to continue on the Chappells Field - Campground Bypass to Chappells Field Trail.

*For intersection #'s reference the Blue Knob State Park Map.

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Apr 30, 2017
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