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Mission Trails - E-Ticket

 
 29 votes

Length

5.5 Miles 8.8 Kilometers


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Singletrack

Elevation

672' 205 m

Ascent

-665' -203 m

Descent

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

33%

Max Grade (18°)

849' 259 m

High

379' 115 m

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All Clear 15 days ago
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A fast flowing singletrack loop with some fun berms and technical climbing sections.

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Overview

Pay Attention to any Trail Closures. Parts of Mission Trails Regional Park are next to the MCAS Miramar Military Base. Take heed of the No Trespassing Signs!
One of the best Singletrack Rides in Mission Trails Regional Park. The ride starts with a fire-road climb (easy) then transitions into doubletrack before a fun, fast downhill to the start of E-Ticket. E-Ticket itself is fast, with some fun berms, and technical turns. Some parts of this ride are looped 2x. The ride ends with a very technical (and at times washed out) climb up. This mapped ride includes a short jaunt over to some small jumps before calling it a day. This ride is rated Intermediate/Difficult primarily due to the aggressive climb out of the trail.
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Need to Know

Watch out for Rattlesnakes! Stay on marked trails and do not enter any areas that have posted trail closures. Parts of MCAS Miramar Base abut Mission Trails Regional Park so take heed. Soldiers actively patrol the area and will confiscate bikes from trespassers.

Description

Park at the end of Clairemont Mesa Boulevard. Hop on the trail and cross the bridge. Head left and the ride starts with a fire-road climb (easy) then transitions into doubletrack before a fun, fast downhill to the start of E-Ticket. E-Ticket itself is fast, with some fun berms, and technical turns. Some parts of this ride are looped 2x. The ride ends with a very technical (and at times washed out) climb up. This mapped ride includes a short jaunt over to some small jumps before calling it a day. This ride is rated Intermediate/Difficult primarily due to the aggressive climb out of the trail.

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May 8, 2018
Becki Cutler
Wow
Mar 26, 2018
TJ Pope
A fun as E ticket is, the climb out almost makes it not worth it. In short, get an E Bike for E Ticket. 5.5mi
Mar 8, 2018
Edward Paek
Fun stuff. I’m a beginner so most of the single tracks were out of my league. Going slow let me understand the lay of the land. Beginners be careful 6.7mi
Mar 2, 2018
Thanh (Kevin) Tran
Dec 27, 2017
Zack Gallagher
First time here but the trail was in good shape. Very hot. Bring extra water.
Dec 2, 2017
Johnny Zadroga
6.5mi — 2h 00m
Nov 18, 2017
Joaquin Ramirez
Nov 6, 2017
Michael Harri

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  4.0 from 29 votes

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  4.0 from 29 votes
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#44

in California

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Perry Shipman
Lakeside, CA
Perry Shipman   Lakeside, CA
Fantastic trail and with offshoots, perfect for someone (like me) who want to up his game. Be ok with walking the bike if you are not at top of fitness. Great place to wind down after work! Sep 3, 2016
Rode the E ticket yesterday. It sucked. The trail is extremely rutted with tons of loose rock. The flow sections of the trail weren’t so flowing. On and off the bike... not my deal but maybe it’s yours? Mar 5, 2018

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