ElevationAscent: 6' 2 m
Descent: -138' -42 m
High: 5,017' 1,529 m
Low: 4,882' 1,488 m
GradeAvg Grade: 5% (3°)
Max Grade: 15% (9°)
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“An easy singletrack featuring a spring-fed pond.”— Michael Carter
Family Friendly Your younger riders will enjoy cooling off in the spring-fed pond. It is very shallow, perfect for getting your feet wet.
The trail is clearly marked from the north access point. Going northbound, it can be accessed from the Waterfall Canyon Trail which can be accessed from the 29th Street Trailhead.
With the exception of a few sections that are steep, this is an easy ride with a rewarding feature for those hot days out on the trail. The cool water found along the way makes it a perfect stopping point on your BST ride.
The Pond Trail is named after the small spring-fed pond located in a shady cove. The spring has been diverted so that it emerges from a pipe making it easy to fill your water bottle with its clean, refreshing goodness or to cool off on a hot day.
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