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Skiphelle Downhill

Intermediate
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A fun trail down to the beach.


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Map Key

1.1

Miles

1.8

KM

Singletrack

249' 76 m

High

51' 16 m

Low

60' 18 m

Up

221' 67 m

Down

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

39%

Max Grade (21°)

Dogs Leashed

E-Bikes Unknown

Dogs must be leashed from April 15 to August 15.

Description

This is a fun downhill trail from Vestbyveien down to Skiphelle beach. It starts at a gravel road going south marked "Røyspytten" and is clearly marked with light blue paint strips on trees and rocks, as well as signs at the intersections towards skiphelle.

Once you start going up the gravel road, keep left at the first fork. Then just as the road seems to become someone's back yard, keep straight and you'll see a small bridge as the trail continues through some trees along a field.

At the fork at the end of the field, make a right towards "Skiphelle" and start your descent. While there are flats and even small uphill parts, you can probably roll almost the entire trail with no brakes or pedaling. There are a few gnarly sections that require some skills, and or bravery, to do at these speeds though.

When the trail spits you out at the bottom, you are just across the road from Drøbaks biggest beach.

This trail marks the end of the ride "Drøbak top to bottom"

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Sigurd Flaatten

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  4.0 from 2 votes

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in Drobak

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in Drobak

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Across from the start of the Skiphelle Downhill trail.
Jul 2, 2017 near Drøbak, NO
Trailhead at the bottom of Skiphelle Downhill.
Jul 2, 2017 near Drøbak, NO

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Sep 9, 2017
Kenneth Magnussen
fun trail. very slipperyin the rain.
Jul 2, 2017
Sigurd Flaatten