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greenBlue Pipeline Trail

Trail

2.0 mile 3.2 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Easy/Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 259' 79 m
Descent: -162' -49 m
High: 1,862' 568 m
Low: 1,608' 490 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 4% (2°)
Max Grade: 23% (13°)

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Trail shared by SVVC IMBA

Sweet little connector from Mohn Mill Road over to Gap Road.

SVVC IMBA

E-Bikes Allowed

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Family Friendly It would also make a nice family hiking trail.

Careful during hunting season.

Description

This trail is part of the Central Mountain Trail. It connects Mohn Mill Road to Gap Road through the woods vs traveling on Midstate or Pipeline Road (gravel).

It's a nice intermediate trail through some really good tall pines and mixed forest. With barely a rock or root, this will be a great place for a beginner to get some singletrack saddle time.

Riding this trail in either direction is fine. The opening from Mohn Mill has a gate to go around, and the opening from Gap is next to the telephone pole. The trail entrance on that side isn't very wide to reduce hoof or quad traffic. This trail is blazed in red.

Please do not take the border trail that is marked in white and orange. That is not part of our trail. Basically, if you ride north, take two rights and you'll be fine.

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