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Barn Burner (Downhill)

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Length

0.7 Miles 1.1 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

0' 0 m

Ascent

-178' -54 m

Descent

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

11%

Max Grade (6°)

1,114' 339 m

High

936' 285 m

Low

Conditions


Bad / Closed 16 days ago
Some Mud: We have had a couple of freeze thaws this week. Trails are soft and the weather is not predicted to improve conditions. History

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This trail has enormous berms, step-ups, step-downs, table tops and lips to test your DH skills.

Randy Conner

Overview

Downhill only and bicycles only.
Dogs: No Dogs

Description

This intermediate to advanced DH-mountain-bike-only trail is your training grounds for the Devils Racetrack. Pre-ride before you freeride, this trail builds on the skills acquired on Cruze Valley Run (Downhill), with enormous berms, step-ups, step-downs, table tops and lips. Take your time and master this trail before venturing to the top of Pappy's Peak.

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Nov 1, 2017
Andrew Bowen
First time doing barn burner! Scared before, exhilarated after :) 0.7mi
May 9, 2017
Bill Spierdowis
I like this trail a lot, did twice today 0.7mi
Apr 16, 2017
Derrick Davis
awesome! 6.2mi
Mar 5, 2017
Betsy Saylor
Love Barn Burner, challenging for me but prefer to Cruze Valley. 03.05.17 Conrad missed a jump & snapped his collar bone, broke 7 ribs, ride carefully 0.7mi — 0h 04m
Jan 21, 2017
Michael(Sambo) Bussell
Aug 26, 2016
Michael(Sambo) Bussell

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  5.0 from 17 votes

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This trails has steep climb to get to it but it pays off when you are at the top. This is a VERY, VERY fast downhill run that I would categorize as intermediate bike park jumps. It is very fun and is a place to build your bike park skills if you are not that good of a bike park jump rider. The berms are so fast and fun! Aug 1, 2017

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