Ranger Loop

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0.7 Miles 1.1 Kilometers


Singletrack

137' 42 m

Ascent

-110' -33 m

Descent

602' 183 m

High

479' 146 m

Low

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

15%

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One punishing climb rewards your screaming legs with summa' that Flo-Town Flow!

Daniel Fletcher

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This trail originates at the parking lot below the ranger station and flows into the woods on some decent smooth, wide singletrack. You'll soon drop down into the valley of the woods and start the ascension to the top. Once you climb the few roots and make it up the steepest portion, the trail levels out with a few landmine style rocks and roots. Before you know it, your elevation is changing and you're picking up speed and gliding around some corners with a few slight climbs.

After a technical hard right, you can let go and flow back into the valley. Once you hit the bottom of the valley there exists a berm-inator bridge! If you've maintained speed you can ride up high! At this point you're faced with a decision... Turn left and do it again or stay right and ride down the valley to a gnarly, handcrafted, wooden bridge ride over Gypsy Bob Creek. Then it's a quick left or right climb to the road! Heading straight across ties into Right Trail and taking a left takes you to main trailhead the quickest.

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in Alabama

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