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Wildcat Trail

 4.2 (5)

3.2 Miles 5.2 Kilometers


Singletrack

292' 89 m

Ascent

-278' -85 m

Descent

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

14%

Max Grade (8°)

1,000' 305 m

High

740' 225 m

Low

Shared By Meredith Erlewine

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A tight singletrack with plenty of switchbacks and ferns.

Meredith Erlewine

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Description

Regardless of which end you start at, Wildcat Trail will begin with a fast, fun downhill, eventually plummeting down into the creek bottoms of the park. You guessed it - then you'll climb back up and out at the other side.

In between, you'll experience switchbacks, small dips, and drops into creek beds (sometimes dry, sometimes a little wet), beautiful ferns, and lots of mushrooms at certain times of the year.

If you begin at the Grouse Point Trailhead, on the initial descent, you'll pass a cool cave/rock formation on your right (likewise it will be on your left if you are climbing up in the other direction).

Wildcat Trail allows you to connect with Copperhead and Bobcat Trails, creating either a loop or figure-eight ride of about 13 miles, or to connect only with Copperhead Trail for an approximately 7-mile loop.

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