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Dorothy Stewart Trail

 3.3 (3)

1.5 Miles 2.3 Kilometers


Singletrack

184' 56 m

Ascent

-200' -61 m

Descent

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

23%

Max Grade (13°)

7,564' 2,305 m

High

7,397' 2,255 m

Low

Shared By Phil Lucero

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A great trail that connects to the South Dale Ball trail network.

Phil Lucero

Dogs Leashed

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Description

This is a great trail with an option to go two ways around a small mountain around a mile in. It starts toward the top of Wilderness Gate Road, just before the dogleg right. The trailhead is very close to the South Dale Ball trailhead just further up the road. The two trails do connect eventually as well.

The trail has some tough climbs, fast descents and some rocky sections that are all rideable for intermediate and advanced riders. If you are going north, the trail ends with some steep switchbacks that take you down into a valley where you can find a connector trail to take you back up to the South Dale Ball trail network. If you are going south on Dorothy Stewart, these switchbacks will be challenging. You can also access Upper Canyon Rd and the North Dale Ball trail network from here.

The trail is usually in good condition and well maintained.

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May 4, 2018
Tom McKim
9mi
Mar 26, 2018
Kelley Hale
A fine little singletrack loop... nothing spectacular, and designed for hikers more than mountain bikers, but pretty and enjoyable nonetheless. 2mi — 0h 22m
Mar 14, 2018
JesseTremaine Tremaine

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  3.3 from 3 votes

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#336

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