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Briggs Creek

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3.1 mile 5.0 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
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Elevation

Ascent: 831' 253 m
Descent: -825' -251 m
High: 5,506' 1,678 m
Low: 4,682' 1,427 m

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Avg Grade: 10% (6°)
Max Grade: 37% (20°)

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Connects Briggs Creek and Kirby Creek drainages with a steep climb in between.

Leslie Kehmeier

Electric Mountain Bikes Allowed

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The Briggs Creek trail connects Briggs Creek and Kirby Creek drainages. From the Than Creek campground, roll out east up the Briggs Creek drainage. Travel through a mix of forest and open meadows on the north side of the creek. At the upper end, the route will climb steeply to a ridge.

Continue straight at the intersection with Windy Mountain (#454) and Marie Springs to descend into the Grant Creek drainage. This part of the route traverses dry hillsides down to the intersection with Kirby Creek.

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Jul 5, 2018
Mack Fangmeier
I went halfway and came back down. Steep and strenuous ascent, however the trip back was full of fun and challenging technical areas. 4.5mi

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