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Flume Trail

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9.9 Miles 15.9 Kilometers


Singletrack

1,663' 507 m

Ascent

-437' -133 m

Descent

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

20%

Max Grade (11°)

8,262' 2,518 m

High

6,766' 2,062 m

Low

Shared By Aaron Roe

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An awesome 20-mile long singletrack trail generally following Dry Fork.

Aaron Roe

Dogs Off-leash

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Description

This trail stretches for approximately twenty miles of flowing singletrack trail up Dry Fork Canyon. In general, the trail difficulty is intermediate. However, more difficult sections are scattered along the trail with the most difficult portions being found in the lower two miles of the trail.

Multiple trailheads allow riders to develop shorter rides, appropriate for skill level, time available, temperature and interest. The most common option is to ride an out-and-back from the lower bridge up to the Brownie Creek trailhead and back.

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Sep 1, 2018
Kevin Short
May 8, 2018
Shannon Woolley
Great trail! Saw a bear on the top half so remember to bring some mace. Lots of fallen trees made for a choppy ride. Recommend starting in the middle.

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#312

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#8,603

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