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Bomb Cellar

 3 votes

Length

0.8 Miles 1.3 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

86' 26 m

Ascent

-87' -27 m

Descent

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

10%

Max Grade (6°)

791' 241 m

High

706' 215 m

Low

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Some Mud - Some mud, less than 1% of trail. History

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A fun, warm-up loop that flows well as it descends over some cool root steps, around small berms, and down a rock garden

Michael Parker

Overview

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Description

This little-known trail has been around since the early days of Turkey Mountain but doesn't see much traffic as most people stick to the Yellow Trail on the main mountain. Bomb Cellar aka Red Trail is a fun loop that descends at a nice pace over some root steps and flows through some bermed curves.

It snakes through the lower area with lots of offshoots to other trails. It eventually leads to a downed tree that has a section cut out with natural log ramps that allow you to ride over it easily. Shortly after that, the trail opens back up and connects to the main hike and bike trail. Turn left on the trail to hit the final push up the steep hill back to the parking lot.

This trail is a loop, but can be ridden both directions and while the primary direction is fast and flowing, the reverse direction offers a bit more technical ride for those looking for a challenging climb with some nice step ups and a sweet rock staircase.

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Nov 17, 2017
Andrew Marshall
Oct 10, 2017
Sjm Sr
Jan 8, 2017
Michael Parker

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  4.0 from 3 votes

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#36

in Oklahoma

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