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Sawblade (Blue Trail)

 1 vote

1.1 Miles 1.8 Kilometers


Singletrack

50' 15 m

Ascent

-193' -59 m

Descent

895' 273 m

High

737' 225 m

Low

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

19%

Max Grade (11°)

Unknown

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A technical downhill run from the top parking lot to the north side of the park.

Brad Eaton

Overview

Description

Start at the top lot on the Blue Trail going north. Ride through the first rock garden and continue around the pond. Take a right up a little hill immediately after the pond and bomb down the hill through the trees. Continue through some fun rock gardens with large flat rocks. When you hit the wider doubletrack crossing the trail, take a right.

This section is very technical, ride it as a switchback around and over the rocks. Take the first left back into the trees. Stay left and wind through the trees. When you hit the opening to the powerline, take a right and follow the trail around the pond. There is a little creek crossing, then the trail continues around the pond.

Follow the trail to the left as it leads you through the woods. When you round the corner to the right make sure to pass the first downhill to your left and take the second downhill. There are some big rocks to climb near the end and then you'll pop out of the woods back at the powerline. Climb the trails back up to the ridge trailhead marker. This trail is best as a downhill but is also fun to climb back up to the top parking lot.

The best way to ride Turkey is do a run downhill going north, then climb up on another trail and repeat.

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in Oklahoma

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