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greenBlue Live Oak Trail

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Trail

4.1 mile 6.6 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Easy/Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 763' 233 m
Descent: -640' -195 m
High: 1,466' 447 m
Low: 928' 283 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 6% (4°)
Max Grade: 22% (13°)

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Trail shared by David Estes

Singletrack out of O'Neill Park, climbing up to dirt trails around housing.

David Estes

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Description

The first portion of Live Oak Trail exits O'Neill Regional Park, and is a tough uphill along a ridgeline, but still a really great trail. It tops out near Monastery Road, and then turns into more of a doubletrack or wide trail. It's still isolated with fantastic old oak trees.

This portion eventually comes out by Meadow Ridge Drive. You can ride the decomposed granite trail paralleling the road, or up the road itself (low traffic). Eventually, you'll find more actual trail as you proceed to the part paralleling El Toro Road

From that point, it turns into a paved trail, which you can take to farther trails like the Luge, STT, or Whiting Park.

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Apr 27, 2019
Scott Olson
Sep 2, 2018
Jasmine Board
4.1mi
Jul 4, 2018
Rhonda Riola
Only did partial-didn’t make it to Vista, ran out of time 7.9mi
Apr 26, 2018
Eduardo Martinez
hard to get to the top
Nov 5, 2017
David Trenkner

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