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Spillway Trail

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Length

0.8 Miles 1.3 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

106' 32 m

Ascent

-15' -5 m

Descent

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

11%

Max Grade (6°)

837' 255 m

High

736' 224 m

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Starts off nice and easy in the trees, followed by a butt-kicking, rocky climb up the spillway.

keith radons

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Call the park after rain to ensure the trails are open.
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Family Friendly: The spillway has three levels where the water cascades down into pools and finally a small creek. Neat area to take the kids.
Dogs: Leashed

Description

This trail starts things off with relatively easy dirt singletrack winding through the trees. You drop down out of the trees onto a limestone shelf that crosses the creek. Coming up the other side, you'll meet a doubletrack service road.

Go left and follow along until coming to the bottom of the spillway climb. This is a steep and ledgy climb with loose ball bearing type rocks to make it even more ridiculous. At the top the trail continues along then back down the other side of the hill on mostly limestone rock.

You'll wind around and gradually up an easier grade until hitting the fence line where you continue to the left dropping down a fast, rocky descent then right back up again on a punchy rock slab climb. Shortly after the trail turns into Coyote Run Nature Trail.

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