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 3.3 (8)

1.6 Miles 2.5 Kilometers


Singletrack

92' 28 m

Ascent

-498' -152 m

Descent

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

16%

Max Grade (9°)

7,924' 2,415 m

High

7,499' 2,286 m

Low

Shared By andrew wacker

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A technical, rough singletrack with tight scrub oak at the end.

andrew wacker

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Description

Start this trail from the entrance at the south end across from an overlook on Mount Herman Road. The trail heads north and down, parallel to Mount Herman Road with the exit near the tail end of Black Pearl.

Overall, this is a rough but rideable trail that heads generally downhill.

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Jun 21, 2018
Steven McIntosh
Tight, twisty, overgrown - basically one LONG rock garden. Elevation profile shows it as all DH, but it sure didn’t feel like it. 0.6mi
Sep 7, 2017
Allen Tanner
Mar 15, 2017
Julie Nutter

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  3.3 from 8 votes

#12845

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  3.3 from 8 votes
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This trail is a technical workout. The scrub oak can definitely scratch your frame, and the rocks will grab at your crank arms. Recommend full finger gloves to save the oak trees from scratching at your knuckles. I have never seen another MTB or hiker on this trail, it is tough. Recommend for riders looking for a technical challenge, who don't mind short hike in a couple spots Aug 19, 2017
andrew wacker
monument, co
andrew wacker   monument, co
Its a really hard ride right now with the scrub oak and other growth hiding the trail and features. After the scrub leaves are gone in the fall will be a great ride again. Aug 19, 2017
Allen Tanner
Colorado Springs, CO
Allen Tanner   Colorado Springs, CO
I'm impressed by riders who are only challenged by the scrub oak on this trail. I can handle scratches on my arms and legs, but the technical features require trial skills at times. Glad such trails exist to keep one humble! Sep 7, 2017

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