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Trail

1.0 mile 1.6 kilometer loop
Singletrack
Intermediate/Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 102' 31 m
Descent: -101' -31 m
High: 1,032' 315 m
Low: 941' 287 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 4% (2°)
Max Grade: 13% (7°)

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A downhill with twists, turns, rocks and berms paired with a switchbacking climb back up the hill.

Dirk Horne

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Description

This trail is one of two loops at the end of Pleasant View Trail. It starts with some pump sections, twists, and turns and descends quickly down the hill utilizing switchbacks, mounds, and bermed corners.

There is a rock section to go over in a ravine immediately prior to the excellent downhill triple switchback berms and winding bridge.

Continue on, and you'll hit the connector to Black Hawk Trail. At the connector, make a sharp left on the switchback and climb a number of switchbacks that go up the steep hill back to the beginning.

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Oct 30, 2018
Charlie B
Nice fast and flowy trail however there is a tough climb at the end 1mi
Aug 13, 2018
Bob Chinn

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  4.8 from 4 votes

#3857

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#65

in Wisconsin

#3,857

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