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Fred Young MTB Trail

 3.8 (4)

5.6 Miles 8.9 Kilometers


Singletrack

338' 103 m

Ascent

-335' -102 m

Descent

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

25%

Max Grade (14°)

564' 172 m

High

485' 148 m

Low

Shared By Mickey Young

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A great singletrack with loads of twists and turns.

Mickey Young

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Description

This trail has two shortcut areas in it and they are clearly marked, in the event you would rather not take on the entire trail in the same day. The markings are very good and easy to navigate through it. There are a lot of short, steep climbs with some quick downhills or switchback areas to make it very interesting.

If you BMX, there is also a BMX track in the park. The trailhead is at the second parking area on the right. They also have a wash area next to the pavilions.

The Jackson Spokes cycling group maintains this trail.

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Jul 27, 2018
Dewayne Cash
Nice trail. Jackson Spokes group does a great job with the trail. By far, the most demanding trail I've ridden to date. Climbs are steep, downhil…
Mar 29, 2017
Jack Branscum
I did the short loop. The trail was mostly clear. it was not well marked. it was a blast. 3.8mi

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  3.8 from 4 votes

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#206

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#11,932

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Doc H  
This trail is 7.15 miles, measured with a surveyor's wheel. I run it. Haven't biked it yet. Seems like it would be a decent bike trail, but I don't see any launch places where one might catch some good air and have a nice downhill stretch to land on. Great for running though. Sep 7, 2018

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