Loop 2

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0.7 Miles 1.1 Kilometers


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66' 20 m

Ascent

-70' -21 m

Descent

1,180' 360 m

High

1,120' 341 m

Low

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

17%

Max Grade (10°)

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89 days agoUpdate

This loop starts at the bridge over the creek, half way along Loop 1.

Tracy Seelhammer

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Closed after heavy rains or soft soil due to freeze/thaw. Follow @croctconditions on twitter for updates.
Caron Park Loop 2 begins at the bridge 1/2 through loop 1. As loop 1 is bi-directional, it doesn't matter how you get down the hill to loop 2! Great ride up the hill to see the split rock.
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Loop 2 begins at the bridge (located 1/2 through Loop 1). As you exit the bridge (going north), turn left and follow the trail along the river.

After a slight uphill, cross the bridge and then continue to work up the hill. A few washouts exist on the way - be prepared to lift that front tire or risk getting tossed over your handlebars!

90% of the way up the hill, stop and admire the giant, split rock (this is a good resting point if you are worn out).

Keep going up the hill. The trail turns slightly right, and at the fork, stay to the right. The loop finishes with a series of long switchbacks on the way back down, and connects with the start near the water.

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