The Chutes

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1.1 Miles 1.8 Kilometers


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474' 144 m

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6,993' 2,131 m

High

6,519' 1,987 m

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8%

Avg Grade (5°)

15%

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A quick climb up to Gold Camp Road or a flowing descent back to Chamberlain Ridgeway Spur Trail.

Allen Tanner

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Description

From the Chamberlain Ridgeway Spur Trail or any of the various connectors, this trail climbs northward up to CG Road.

The trail is not technical and has a steady grade. Sand tends to accumulate along the lower surfaces of the trail, but overall the trails are well maintained, well ridden, and great with a little rain.

The trail climbs up 500 feet in about a mile, winding between scrub oak trees. It crosses the Chamberlain Trail and further up the Upper Meadows Trail.

The 25 feet of the climb is steep and loose, right before CG Road. Most downhill riders are courteous and will congratulate those that make this little hill.

Going downhill, this trail has terrific flow, with high berms and small jumps every few hundred yards. It is a terrific way to end the Captain Jack's loop.

Be aware of hikers and joggers along this trail and yield appropriately.

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Feb 11, 2017
Beck Hickman
Tough going uphill, really fun & flowy downhill with lots of good berms to practice turns on. Not technical going downhill.
Oct 31, 2016
Matt Waltz
Little dry but still great
Oct 29, 2016
Allen Tanner

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  5.0 from 3 votes

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Mostly Dry - Rode 20 February. Good condition, getting loose from all the action!
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