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Bring your game face for this long line of progressively larger hits that is sure to send you flying!


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0.3

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Singletrack

289' 88 m

High

238' 72 m

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Up

52' 16 m

Down

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

8%

Max Grade (5°)

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Description

While ride-arounds exist next to each feature, Jump Line is by no means a trail for the beginner or the light hearted.

Starting in with a few smaller jumps, this trail quickly ramps up to feature six-foot tall, steep, dirt-jump style hits with progressively larger gaps. After clearing the dirt jumps, the trail changes tact for a second to offer a few lower-angle, gap-style hits to build speed for the ultimate feature: a 15-foot long step-up reached by boosting a 5-foot tall transition next to a large tree.

Anyone who's seen a Brandon Semenuk edit in the last few years will be envisioning brushing their rear wheel against its massive trunk as they whip through the final feature.

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Hunter R

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Cedar totter
Oct 29, 2018 near Wauna, WA
The final feature on Jump Line will test your speed and your style as you step up to the landing and the following catch berm.
Jul 5, 2017 near Wauna, WA

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