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Blacklock Floras Loop

 3 votes

Length

7.6 Miles 12.2 Kilometers


80%

Singletrack

Elevation

254' 77 m

Ascent

-254' -77 m

Descent

1%

Avg Grade (1°)

20%

Max Grade (12°)

222' 68 m

High

29' 9 m

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A great loop that includes Floras Lake and Blacklock Point.

David Hernandez

Overview

Avoid riding in the wet months and let it dry out before riding, as the water gets deep and the roots slick.
This is a great loop that takes you to Floras Lake and the beach before climbing to ocean cliffs and Blacklock Point.
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Family Friendly: Families may choose to take the trail straight out to Blacklock Point and skip the Floras Lake part of the loop. It's an easy out-and-back trail with minimal mileage and elevation change.

Description

These trails hold a lot of water in the wet months and take a while to dry out when the rains stop. When dry, this is a great ride that starts with an old dirt road ride to Floras Lake.

After heading part-way back from the lake, take a right onto the singletrack trail that takes you through a couple of creek drainages before climbing up to some coastal cliffs. There are plenty of places to explore and enjoy ocean views as the trail leads to the Blacklock Point junction. Take a right at the junction and enjoy the out-and-back trail to the point.

After Blacklock, it's a pretty straight shot back to the parking lot.

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