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Boulder Run

 4.7 (7)

0.9 Miles 1.4 Kilometers


Singletrack

0' 0 m

Ascent

-238' -73 m

Descent

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

10%

Max Grade (6°)

6,408' 1,953 m

High

6,170' 1,881 m

Low

Shared By Logan Thomas

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A moderately-technical descent from Blackmer Loop to Coyote Run.

Logan Thomas

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Description

This trail can be accessed from Blackmer Loop about a mile in when riding the counter-clockwise mapped direction of Blackmer.

The trail begins with a small section that quickly meets a dirt road. Stay right to cross the road and to continue on the trail. Here is where it gets fun. A few drops, speed, and climbs over small to large boulders will be sure to put a smile on your face. This is one of my favorite trails to end a ride on.

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May 29, 2018
Travis Bernard
I would recommend the descent rather than the climb—spent most of my time calculating lines and trying to keep momentum. The descent is fantastic!
Apr 14, 2017
Rick Powelson
Feb 20, 2017
Joel Archer

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  4.7 from 7 votes

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  4.7 from 7 votes
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#1,311

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Some of the rocks here will be challenging for a beginner in a few spots Mar 15, 2017
Rick Powelson
Logan, UT
Rick Powelson   Logan, UT
Intermediate technical skills will be helpful on this trail. This is a good trail to work on them if you aren't quite there yet. Apr 15, 2017

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