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Westside Tour

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4.1 Miles 6.6 Kilometers


75%

Singletrack

29' 9 m

Ascent

-29' -9 m

Descent

89' 27 m

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75' 23 m

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Ride across the bridge to access the sweeping doubletrack and singletrack trails through the forest on the westside.

Chris Conley

Overview

Trails at Cullinan are always closed after a rain until the trail surface can dry out.
This out-and-back accesses the Westside trails that are currently accessible at Cullinan Park.
Family Friendly: This trail is nearby to populated areas but is surprisingly quiet and peaceful. The trails are not technically challenging - an excellent way to let families enjoy nature together.
Dogs: Leashed

Description

The trail begins near the bridge on Old Richmond Road - there is a small gravel parking lot there to access both the Northside and Westside trails at Cullinan Park.

Ride on West Bank Blitz that follows along the bayou - soon the trail turns left into the forest and that's where you'll be on the high-speed The Finger. At the end of The Finger, make a hard right-hand turn and stay on the doubletrack trail called Giggity Goo. There is a creek crossing in the middle.

Soon, you'll make the sharp right-hand turn onto Pumpkin Pass singletrack that undulates up and down, through the trees and with some dips thrown in. Retrace your steps to come back to the bridge on Old Richmond Road.

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Feb 9, 2017
Troy G
Some high waters made some spots in impassible, but nothing you can't walk through 4mi

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