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South Lot Loop

 3.0 (1)

10.9 Miles 17.5 Kilometers


90%

Singletrack

919' 280 m

Ascent

-919' -280 m

Descent

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

13%

Max Grade (7°)

318' 97 m

High

112' 34 m

Low

Shared By Dale Pusey

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A nice ride featuring some of the southern trails of Fair Hill.

Dale Pusey

Dogs Leashed

Features -none-

Don't ride when trails are wet and muddy.

Overview

A somewhat difficult ride on some of Fair Hill's southern trails including Wayne's World, Disneyland, and South Park Trail.

Need to Know

The lower gate onto South Park Trail closes on its own but the upper gate needs to be unlatched and relatched when you exit. Please make sure you do that.

Description

Start out at the southern lot on Appleton Road and head out on the Yellow Trail gravel connector. Turn left to stay on the Yellow Trail. Climb up Wayne's World and descend the tricky Disneyland. Your reward is a climb through two open fields. A lot of fun when the hot sun is bearing down on you!

Zip down through the field and pick up Hattie's Trail back in the woods. Take a right on the Yellow Trail and make a hard right onto the Crack Head Bob Connector. Crack Head Bob is mostly flat but is nothing but meandering turn after turn. Guess that's why they named it Crack Head Bob. This takes you to Five Bridges.

One word: Roots,Roots,Roots! Make a right on the Yellow Trail and take it to the gate to South Park Trail. This trail is pretty much a switchback climb up and a ride back down. Pick up the Yellow Trail off the gravel road and climb back up to the parking lot.

Contacts

Land Manager: DNR - Fair Hill NRMA

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Aug 23, 2018
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