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blueBlack Robert Foote Trail #9047

Trail

1.6 mile 2.6 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Intermediate/Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 77' 24 m
Descent: -497' -152 m
High: 9,913' 3,022 m
Low: 9,416' 2,870 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 7% (4°)
Max Grade: 30% (17°)

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Trail shared by Andy Hardy

Located near Ophir Mountain, this trail connects Ophir Mountain Road to Peaks Trail.

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From the Ophir Mountain Road doubletrack, this trail heads off to the west. After roughly 0.5 miles, Ho Chi Min Trail #9155 heads off to the right (north). Here, you'll see a marker for the 9047 Trail but not for Ho Chi Min Trail.

Follow this trail for 0.2 miles to a sharp right hander that follows a bench. From here, the trail continues on the bench for a few tenths of a mile before dropping quickly down to the Peaks Trail.

This trail is best done from east to west because the climb up from Peaks Trail would be very difficult owing to the grade, erosion, and the loose, sandy soil. The best way to incorporate this trail into a Frisco ride is to go south on Peaks Trail to Gold Hill Trail ( CT - Segment 7: Gold Hill Trail ), head east on Gold Hill Trail to Ho Chi Min Trail #9155 and then head north to the intersection mentioned above.

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May 20, 2018
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