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Green Section

Intermediate
 4.5 (4)

The original trail that started it all!


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Map Key

1.8

Miles

2.9

KM

Singletrack

997' 304 m

High

940' 287 m

Low

119' 36 m

Up

72' 22 m

Down

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

6%

Max Grade (3°)

Dogs No Dogs

E-Bikes Unknown

Riders must fill out a waiver and sign in prior to riding. Trails are occasionally closed on holidays or for events. Check the St. Crispin's Facebook page here for open days and times, or call 405-382-1619.

Description

The fast and flowly Green Section is home to some of my favorite sections of trail. It's also the original section of trail that was built at St. Crispin's.

If you're riding here for the first time, this is a great place to start. While it has its share of technical pieces, all of them are short and easily walked or bypassed.

Starting off with a beautiful view of two of the lakes, the Green Section has a short climb up to the top of the ridge before it flows from one technical area to the next. The Giant's Toes is a challenging rocky climb over cool rock formations. Next is "Who's Fault?" where riders drop between large rock faces before moving into a super tight and twisty set of turns. Who's Fault is the most iconic feature at St. Crispin's.

The climb back up on top accesses the start of the Red Section, and is a nice challenging rocky climb with switchbacks. Once on top, you'll ride through the Playground and then bomb on through to the Orange Section.

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Shared By:

Mike Roberts

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Oct 13, 2017
Colby Eads
Oct 1, 2017
Lisa Zimmerman
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