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0.4 mile 0.6 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Extremely Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 0' 0 m
Descent: -305' -93 m
High: 2,465' 751 m
Low: 2,160' 658 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 16% (9°)
Max Grade: 36% (20°)

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Trail shared by Colton Ellingson

The name says it all.

Colton Ellingson

Electric Mountain Bikes Unknown

Features -none-

The trails on Beacon Hill and Camp Sekani utilize areas of public and private property. Respect boundaries and stay on the trails so that these locations continue to be a great area to bike in Spokane.

Description

This trail is accessed off of Pop Rocks by hanging a left right before the big cliff, it then descends down by PennyLane, crossing it a time or two. The trail eventually pops out in the middle of Myth. This trail demands confidence and skill and is most definitely not for the faint of heart. As stated earlier, the name of the trail describes it perfectly.

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Family Friendly, ADA Accessible, Need to Know, Dogs Allowed, Features, Electic Mountain Bikes Allowed

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#87

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#4,531

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Photos

Gnar wall and Spokane
Nov 5, 2018 near Millwood, WA
One of the many rock rollers on the Zipper.
Sep 27, 2018 near Millwood, WA
Spokane sprawl below Penny Lane.
Sep 27, 2018 near Millwood, WA
Party train down Penny Lane.
Sep 27, 2018 near Millwood, WA

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