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Big Ash Jump Line

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A large jump line with dirt gaps and flowing berms.


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3,464' 1,056 m

High

3,367' 1,026 m

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Up

96' 29 m

Down

10%

Avg Grade (6°)

21%

Max Grade (12°)

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The Snowshoe Bike Park is open from Memorial Day weekend through the first of October. Check the website for daily lift and park hours of operations. A bike park pass and helmet are required to enter the park. A downhill-specific mountain bike and additional personal protective equipment are recommended.

Description

The trail starts off the right of Powerline, under the ash tree arch. This trail is comprised of flowing berm turns, large dirt gaps, a large transfer, and a large step down. This trail has a different flavor than the other black diamond trails on the mountain. Make sure to check features out before committing. The first features can be viewed from Powerline after passing the Big Ash trailhead.

Contacts

Local Club: Pocohontas Trails

May 1, 2020: Hello world!

Mar 11, 2020: Hello world!

Jan 13, 2020: A Simple Guide to Design Thinking

Land Manager: Snowshoe Resort

Shared By:

Shane Bradley

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Photos

Bargee balling the berm.
Sep 22, 2017 near Marlinton, WV
Setting up for the next berm on Big Ash.
Sep 22, 2017 near Marlinton, WV
One of 5 launch pads on the Big Ash Jump Line.
Sep 22, 2017 near Marlinton, WV

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