Eastwood

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5.4 Miles 8.7 Kilometers


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Singletrack

281' 86 m

Ascent

-280' -85 m

Descent

1,118' 341 m

High

1,057' 322 m

Low

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

8%

Max Grade (4°)

Unknown

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Old school singletrack with a mix of difficulties in hardwood, pine, and prairie-type settings

Bill Walters

Overview

This is an old-school mountain bike trail. The trails are in 3 primary sections in Eastwood Park with very short connectors between the sections.

Description

The western section starts near the horseshoe pits by the gazebo. This section is primarily hardwood trees with some short moderate climbs and descents along the fall line and some optional obstacles. The western section also has a small part in a prairie-like setting.

The middle section is in a mix of hardwood and pine trees. The connector from the western section is about 75 ft to the south of the fence for the ball diamond across a mowed park lawn. There is one very short fall line climb and lots of tight turns around pine trees toward the end.

The eastern section has 2 parts. From the short connector from the middle section, you'll enter a section to the south of a paved trail almost immediately on getting to the paved trail--the entrance is on your left. This section is mostly pine trees with some tight turns.

The 2nd part of the eastern section is mostly pine trees with sections of buckthorn. The buckthorn forms a kind of impenetrable hedge that makes it seem like you're biking down a tunnel.

On exiting the eastern section, you'll bike past playground equipment across a mowed park lawn and enter a short doubletrack area going through the middle section again. On exiting the doubletrack, you'll go right next to the outside of the ball diamond fence and arrive at the gazebo near the beginning.

There are a limited number of signs at the beginning of the western and eastern sections. It is advised that rides go in the direction indicated on this map.

There is no water available at the park, but there is a portable toilet. The parking lot is fairly big and paved and is right next to highway 14.

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