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Straight Creek Trail #99

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A true backcountry trail with stream crossings, thick vegetation, and steep hike-a-bike sections.


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8.7

Miles

14.0

KM

Singletrack

6,743' 2,055 m

High

3,544' 1,080 m

Low

3,423' 1,043 m

Up

229' 70 m

Down

8%

Avg Grade (5°)

73%

Max Grade (36°)

Dogs Off-leash

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Description

The Straight Creek Trail #99 begins with a mandatory crossing of the North Fork of Fish Creek and soon after a crossing of Straight Creek. Head up the Straight Creek Trail #99, riding when you can.

The trail is in the trees for a while but the views start to open up when you reach the section of waterfalls. Near Chilcoot Pass, the trail becomes very steep and will require pushing your bike up to the top. Take a break at the pass and enjoy excellent views of the Great Burn high country.

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Shared By:

Aaron Baldwin

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Pushing up to Chilcoot Pass.
Aug 9, 2016 near Superior, MT
Riding through tall vegetation on the Straight Creek Trail.
Aug 9, 2016 near Superior, MT
One way to cross Straight Creek. Getting your feet wet is easier and safer!
Aug 9, 2016 near Superior, MT

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