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White Tail Trail

 4.4 (14)

3.2 Miles 5.2 Kilometers


Singletrack

238' 72 m

Ascent

-234' -71 m

Descent

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

12%

Max Grade (7°)

959' 292 m

High

842' 257 m

Low

Shared By Cliff Jones

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This trail is pure flow the whole way.

Cliff Jones

Dogs Leashed

Features -none-

Family Friendly This trail is primarily smooth and flowing. The few obstacles can easily be walked in a matter of seconds.

Please follow IMBA rules of the trail.

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Description

This trail is part of the East Dam Trails at WYCO.

Whitetail Trail is a just pure fun. The trail has good flow, steady climbs, and winding descents. You'll also find some nice toys to play with on the trail. There are a few different sized skinnies along the way, a nice log pile, and an interesting ladder bridge ride over. All obstacles are set up with B lines allowing less adventurous riders to simply ride by or watch and laugh as their buddies try them out.

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Mar 15, 2018
Eric Brown
Nov 25, 2017
A Zigler
First time riding. Left pure flow downhill. Right great leg workout 3.2mi
Oct 8, 2017
Rie Sasaki
Sep 23, 2017
Dusty Wyatt
3.1mi
Sep 9, 2017
Juan Rodriguez
3.2mi
Sep 4, 2017
Thomas Williams
Aug 15, 2017
Ruben Escalante
Mar 19, 2017
Loreana Prince

Trail Ratings

  4.4 from 14 votes

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  4.4 from 14 votes
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#27

in Kansas

#1,284

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This is a great trail for Mountain Bikers, not ideal for hikers. Path is narrow and designed for bikers. Some bikers would announce they were near, most didn't. Dec 10, 2017

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