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Langdon Trail

 4.0 (2)

2.5 Miles 4.0 Kilometers


Singletrack

184' 56 m

Ascent

-153' -47 m

Descent

3%

Avg Grade (1°)

7%

Max Grade (4°)

1,208' 368 m

High

1,102' 336 m

Low

Shared By Alan Johnson

Conditions


All Clear 34 days ago
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A gentle trail hugging Badger Mountain's southern contours with less elevation gain and loss than the Skyline Trail.

Alan Johnson

Dogs Unknown

Features -none-

Family Friendly No obstacles and very little elevation gain.

Description

There are only a couple of trails in the area and they're all marked pretty well. Just follow the "New Trail is Open" signs.
Leaving from the Dallas Rd. TH look for a sharp right after ascending a little over 100' in a quarter mile. If you cross a fire road on the ridge, you've gone too far.

Continue along the pea-gravel path for a little over two miles until it rejoins the main ridge-line trail, the Skyline Trail.
Here, you can turn left to follow the Skyline Trail, or continue straight/right to take the Sagebrush Trail back to the upper parking lot.

Watch for the right turn just before the "Hiker's Only" sign that redirects bikers to the upper TH.

Obviously, the trail can be ridden in either direction and combined with the Skyline Trail for a 7.5-ish mile ride.
The only "difficult" thing about this trail is trying not to skid through turns or when braking on a trail surface that is almost entirely covered with pea-gravel.

It's also an extremely popular trail so expect to see a LOT of hikers, walkers, and runners.

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Sep 25, 2018
Brian Van Pelt
6mi
Jun 25, 2018
Doug Schnejder
Jul 18, 2017
Ferdie Bagunu
Clean and dry 2.5mi

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#210

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#7,554

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