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Eastside Trail

 3.3 (3)
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Length

3.4 Miles 5.5 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

296' 90 m

Ascent

-1,199' -365 m

Descent

8%

Avg Grade (5°)

28%

Max Grade (16°)

5,268' 1,606 m

High

4,366' 1,331 m

Low

Conditions


All Clear 65 days ago
Mostly Dry, Some Mud - April 15th, nearly perfect save for a little mud at the trailhead. give it a go before the park opens in May! History

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An early season singletrack.

Michelle Clark-Conley

Overview

This is a State Park. The road is closed to cars in the winter months, but you can ride a bike up the road any time.
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Description [Suggest Changes]

The first part of the trail is more technical and rocky with some mild exposure, then fun and flowy after the climb. After the tunnel under the road, the trail makes several tight switchbacks up. A picnic trail joins on the way up, stay right.

The hiking-only, Greer Gulch Loop Trail, splits off from this trail at the top, stay right, towards the campground. From this junction, the trail beings to flow smoothly before coming out of the trees towards the bottom.

This trail is best ridden spring and fall. The area only has snow for a short time in the winter and it is hot in the summer and much busier with traffic for the Caverns.

Contacts

Land Manager: Montana State Lands

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Apr 15, 2018
Alex Harms
Apr 3, 2017
Molly Greenwood
Mar 14, 2017
Michelle Clark-Conley
a little bit of snow and mud. mostly rideable and tacky. good to go!

Trail Ratings

  3.3 from 3 votes

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#184

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