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High Line

 4.0 (1)

1.5 Miles 2.4 Kilometers


Singletrack

61' 19 m

Ascent

-160' -49 m

Descent

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

14%

Max Grade (8°)

3,055' 931 m

High

2,916' 889 m

Low

Shared By Troy Merritt

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A singletrack trail that traverses along the top of the ridge.

Troy Merritt

Dogs Leashed

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Family Friendly This area has campgrounds with fire pits. Trails used for hiking or biking. Many trails suitable for all ages. Dogs are acceptable.

Helmets required. All gates closed behind you upon arrival and departure (cattle). Fires in established fire pits only with grates. No firearms permitted. Pack out what you pack in. Please ride within your skill level. No altering of trails without written permission.

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Description

This trail heads through the rolling hills along the upper ridge line at Potter's Pasture. There is nothing too extreme about this trail, which is intermediate at its most difficult points. Getting up to access High Line can a little more difficult but a number of trails can be used to get to High Line.

History & Background

Potter's pasture has 32 miles of singletrack trails. Privatly owned, but publicly accessable. Open year around with two campgounds with firepits. This area has cattle on it at times. Please be respectful!

Contacts

Local Club: CycleSport Bike Shop

Land Manager: Steve Potter

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in Nebraska

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