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Crossover Trail (107)

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3.0 Miles 4.9 Kilometers


Singletrack

411' 125 m

Ascent

-117' -36 m

Descent

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

8%

Max Grade (5°)

1,293' 394 m

High

947' 289 m

Low

Shared By Chris Chaney

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Another old legacy of the Cave Run mountain biking scene.

Chris Chaney

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Description

Crossover provides a linkage between Cave Run Trail (112) and the paved Zilpo Scenic Byway. It can also be linked up with the Tater Knob Trail (104) and FR 1056 Multi-use Connector for a longer loop. The portion of the trail most frequently traveled is along a ridge top north of the paved road.

South of the Zilpo Scenic Byway current conditions are sketchy due to chronic neglect. North of the Byway, you can ride either the doubletrack gravel road which is in great shape or take your chances on the parallel singletrack to the northern terminus of this trail.

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May 13, 2017
Chris Chaney

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Nathan Klemperer
Lexington, KY
Nathan Klemperer   Lexington, KY
The trail south of the Zilpo Scenic Byway is now the gravel forest road where FR 1056 Multi-use Connector ends. It takes you all the way to the byway, then turn left on the byway until you reach the trail again on your right. The map indicates a new trail will be build but I did not find it. We tried the old one, but it became impassable. Jun 12, 2017

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