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Madrone Trail #4

 3.0 (1)

2.2 Miles 3.6 Kilometers


Doubletrack

117' 36 m

Ascent

-119' -36 m

Descent

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

9%

Max Grade (5°)

1,722' 525 m

High

1,604' 489 m

Low

Conditions


Bad / Closed 26 days ago
Muddy - most trails in the park are closed. I did not get a chance to see if they were closed because of recent rains or some other maintenance issues, as I arrived during the night. Low water crossings all had water in them when driving in, so...check before you go, if possible. cJ. History

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An easier doubletrack through the western reaches of the park.

Lost Justpastnowhere

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Description

Madrone Trail #4 is predominantly a doubletrack used to access the Cougar Canyon Overlook Trail #4a and Vista Ridge Trail #4b loops. As such, it may offer a respite of easier riding compared to the difficult riding you'll find on these two loops. The northernmost section of Madrone Trail #4 is becoming singletrack.

Across from the western intersection with the Vista Ridge Trail #4b trail, there is what may have been a stone quarry. At the eastern intersection with Vista Ridge Trail #4b there is an old deserted ranch house and some live oaks which will offer a nice place for a break in the shade.

You'll find some shaded areas along this trail if the sun isn't directly overhead, and this might be welcome if you're coming off some of the connecting trails that don't offer much shade.

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Dec 26, 2009
Lost Justpastnowhere

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