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Berryman Trail

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 4.5 (26)

A Hall of Fame EPIC, out in the middle of nowhere in the Ozark Range.


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Map Key

26.9

Miles

43.4

KM

Singletrack

1,195' 364 m

High

842' 257 m

Low

2,357' 718 m

Up

2,351' 717 m

Down

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

16%

Max Grade (9°)

Dogs Unknown

E-Bikes Unknown

Description

A rocky, 26-mile loop, designated as one of IMBA's Epics. Expect several long, sustained climbs and rocky descents. The trail is criss-crossed by several forest roads that can be used as bail outs, if needed. The trail drains well after rainfall, but has several creek crossings. The most popular direction is clockwise as mapped, giving in to longer descents vs ascents.

For more information, see the GORC trail page here.

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Spudz McKenzie

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  4.5 from 26 votes

#356

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  4.5 from 26 votes
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in Missouri

#356

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Timber Rattler Hogging the Trail
Oct 13, 2019 near Potosi, MO
Berryman Trail
Oct 13, 2019 near Potosi, MO
Berryman Trailhead
Oct 13, 2019 near Potosi, MO

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Jul 5, 2020
Jillian Jackson
26.3mi — 4h 28m
Apr 1, 2020
Darren Ream
Oct 23, 2019
James Unterreiner
26mi
Oct 10, 2019
Cliff J
Bass to Brazil. Brazil to campground. Return to bass via gravel ( should have take trail but getting a bit late). Fun ride. Plenty of roots and rocks. — 4h 30m
Sep 28, 2019
Dustin Schrieber
Brutal ride, but the first long one. Only getting better from here. trails were a little wet which made the going slow, but we got through. 26.9mi — 5h 12m
Aug 17, 2019
Luke T
Cleared out 26.9 miles of cobwebs. Nothing like trail maintenance while still riding. All jokes aside tho, trails in good shape
Jun 7, 2019
Aaron Pekrul
Those sharp rocks are no joke! Came down from Michigan where it's all dirt, sand and roots. Within 2 miles we had a catastrophic sidewall tear.
Oct 6, 2018
Don Cameron