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Vertigo Downhill

 4.9 (9)

1.6 Miles 2.6 Kilometers


Singletrack

9' 3 m

Ascent

-545' -166 m

Descent

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

14%

Max Grade (8°)

6,215' 1,894 m

High

5,670' 1,728 m

Low

Shared By Scott Sudweeks

Conditions


Minor Issues 92 days ago
Mostly Dry - Just opened up at 2pm today. Ranger warned of some muddy spots in the valleys. History

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A dedicated downhill run with banked corners and moderate jumps.

Scott Sudweeks

Dogs No Dogs

Features eMTB allowed

Do not use when muddy. No foot or uphill travel.

Description

This trail is a groomed singletrack descent with banked corners and moderate jumps. Rideers can access Vertigo from the Brookside Drive parking area, Eagle Ridge Park, or from Eagle Crest Trail. Vertigo Downhill and Levitate Downhill follow the same general direction and start and end in the same location.

Levitate is a double black DH and Vertigo is a blue DH. At one point, during the first section, the two trails merge for a time and if a riders finds themselves wanting something more challenging they can switch to Levitate Downhill. The trail is fast and will give any beginner or intermediate a rush. The downhill is categorized as a blue, but could be navigated by a rider whose comfort level is on green-blue.

The jumps are moderate and do not require riders to get airborne. This is a south-facing trail and is the first to warm up during the chilly season and is the first to dry out after a rain.

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May 9, 2018
Garrett Carter
May 4, 2018
Cameron Swenson
Very fun. Would do again. 1.6mi
Apr 3, 2018
Asa King
1.6mi
Nov 11, 2017
tyte 754
1.6mi

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  4.9 from 9 votes

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in Utah

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Michel Bernier
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Michel Bernier   Rubber Tramp
Please don't use this trail if it is wet, and especially not if it's CLOSED. Trails are closed for a reason, use some common sense. Wet riding degrades the trail and makes ruts which hold water and help to degrade the trail faster. If it's closed just don't ride on it. Be a little considerate. Also, the rangers will not hesitate to give you gnarly fine. May 14, 2018

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