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Jumanji

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0.4 Miles 0.7 Kilometers


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Ascent

-626' -191 m

Descent

3,334' 1,016 m

High

2,708' 825 m

Low

29%

Avg Grade (16°)

45%

Max Grade (24°)

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One of Bailey Mountain's more difficult offerings that is off-camber, rocky, and steep.

Vinnie Connors

Overview

A full face helmet is required to ride these trails. Full suspension with at least 160 mm of travel recommended but best ridden on a downhill specific bike with 200 mm of travel.

For operating hours and pass pricing go to: baileymountainwnc.com
Dogs: No Dogs

Description

Jumanji starts off of the end of Welcome 2 The Jungle, directly after the bailout to the Bailey Mountain Shuttle Road. Take the left option where Olde Gregg forks off to the right.

This trail is a natural downhill run which is very steep and has many off-camber switchback turns. It takes you through many rock gardens with mandatory drops that cannot be bypassed.

When wet, it will have you sliding all over the place and part of it turns into a small stream which can be difficult to navigate a proper line through.

Jumanji ends at the intersection with Little Red Riding Hood right before the start of Cowbell and Salvador's Slalom.

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