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Maskenthine Trail - North

 2 votes

2.6 Miles 4.2 Kilometers


Singletrack

234' 71 m

Ascent

-243' -74 m

Descent

1,628' 496 m

High

1,555' 474 m

Low

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

11%

Max Grade (7°)

All Clear

98 days agoUpdate

The high side of Maskenthine; expertly-built, silky-smooth trail with fun features.

Greg Earhart

Overview

The trail is one way and well-marked.
Family Friendly: Ease and accessibility make this a great trail for families.
Dogs: Leashed

Description

The northern side of the trail offers some nicely-built features including a couple of rock gardens, pumps, rails and a teeter-totter.

The trail is well built throughout - not as densely wooded as the Maskenthine Trail - South, but you'll wind back and forth between pine forest and prairie. The grade is negligible throughout - no benched areas - but where there is a grade, the builders have embedded some good drainage.

Be warned though, the trail is largely clay so any moisture makes this a mucky, slippery mess so if it's wet, let it set.

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All Clear 98 days ago
Dry - The descriptions of the trails are confusing, the author appears to have confused north and south directions. I believe someone changed the names to be the correct trail without fixing the descriptions . Also the trails are one way and the north trail is shown and described (labeled south trail description) in the wrong direction. Sorry for the confusion, I hope to resolve it soon.
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