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Moose Range - High Traverse

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Length

10.5 Miles 16.8 Kilometers


90%

Singletrack

Elevation

395' 120 m

Ascent

-395' -120 m

Descent

1%

Avg Grade (1°)

11%

Max Grade (6°)

1,047' 319 m

High

768' 234 m

Low

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A winter fat biking ride through the extensive trails of Moose Range.

Joseph Anderson

Overview

This trail is for winter use only when snow covered.
This route has great winter fat bike riding with groomed trails and a fun, rolling descent after the breathtaking views through the High Traverse section.

Need to Know

A map of the trail system or the MTB Project mobile app will be extremely helpful to navigate through these trails. There is pretty much no system of signage to follow. This is just one ride that puts together numerous different trails and segments within this extensive system.

Description

This route offers nice fat bike riding that takes you through multiple trails and through scenic openings. It's a slow climb most of the first half and up through the High Traverse section and then a fun, rolling descent to the parking lot.

This is a fairly flat and smooth, long winter fat bike loop. Once you hit IS-7, you'll turn left onto Murphy Rd. and follow it up until there is a sharp right-hand bend in the road and a groomed trail straight out in front of you that you'll then take. This goes steeply uphill for a short section and then hits the fun, rolling descent.

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