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Blue Trail

 3.0 (1)

0.7 Miles 1.1 Kilometers


Singletrack

29' 9 m

Ascent

-36' -11 m

Descent

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

6%

Max Grade (4°)

115' 35 m

High

91' 28 m

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Shared By James Silva

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Two-thirds of a mile long, the Blue Trail skirts the edge of High Rock.

James Silva

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The Blue Trail begins about a third of a way along Orange Trail. It can get pretty rocky during the first leg. Once you pass the gas line, you'll come to a large downed tree (see pic) that cuts directly across the trail. It's pretty easy to skirt around the downed tree on foot. If you don't pay careful attention at this point, it's easy to lose the trail. Once you navigate past this rocky, swampy section, Blue Trail smooths out into some nice flowing singletrack.

The Blue Trail intersects with Red Trail. Here you'll have to take a left on Red Trail, pass the stream, and IMMEDIATELY (see pic) cut right back onto Blue Trail. You'll come up to High Rock on your right before intersecting Yellow Trail. You can pass straight across Yellow, and continue on for a short distance before looping left and ending on Yellow Trail at another point.

This end point can be kind of confusing as Red Trail also dumps out on Yellow Trail at about the same place, and not all the trails here are clearly marked.

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