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Pro Line

 5.0 (2)

0.4 Miles 0.6 Kilometers


Singletrack

0' 0 m

Ascent

-382' -116 m

Descent

20%

Avg Grade (11°)

37%

Max Grade (20°)

4,192' 1,278 m

High

3,811' 1,162 m

Low

Shared By Eric Ashley

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Experience Skibowl's most advanced trail with an extremely difficult rock garden into a root-filled forest.

Eric Ashley

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Mt. Hood Skibowl is a lift-served mountain bike park operating from late June through September. The park is open from 11 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. daily. A chairlift ticket can be purchased for $34. For more information visit: skibowl.com

Description

Don't let the rhododendron-lining at the start fool you. This is a no-nonsense downhill trail that's stuffed with expert-level rocks, drops, and roots. From the road, you'll have a small window to catch your breath and then it's straight into a long rock chute that accelerates into an even steeper rock chicane.

At the bottom of the turn, the trail snakes over wooden ramps to fly between a pair of large basalt boulders. There's plenty of more rock to come, including the large Dinosaur Rock that serves up a steep roll or gutsy blind huck.

After several more boulders have blurred by, the singletrack is engulfed by a dark and foreboding forest. Steep turns, tight pockets, and several large drops keep the adrenaline pumping as the Pro Line careens down to connect with Fire Hydrant.

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in Oregon

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