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blueBlack Tank Seven Creek Trail #480

Trail

4.0 mile 6.4 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Intermediate/Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 152' 46 m
Descent: -1,408' -429 m
High: 10,345' 3,153 m
Low: 9,070' 2,765 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 7% (4°)
Max Grade: 39% (21°)

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Trail shared by Ted Stroll

A half black diamond technical, half flowy intermediate, 90 percent downhill trail.

Ted Stroll

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Description

Start at the south end (the highest elevation), where Tank Seven Creek Trail #480 intersects with the CT - Segment 16: Marshall Pass to Sargent's Mesa. Although short, Tank Seven Creek Trail should be memorable.

The first half, approximately, is mostly demanding rock gardens and other features, so it's a black diamond technical stretch. Technically talented people will love it; those of us less talented shouldn't mind enduring it, because it isn't that long.

The second half, approximately, is soothing, flowy descending through a beautiful landscape, mainly groves of trees, until almost the northern end. It's perfect for intermediate mountain bikers, but advanced and expert riders should like it too.

Finally, there's a short climb before the trail reaches Marshall Pass Road.

Watch for the occasional motorcyclist.

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