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Peddlers Pass

Easy/Intermediate

Trail

3.1 mile 4.9 kilometer loop
Singletrack
Easy/Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 84' 26 m
Descent: -85' -26 m
High: 843' 257 m
Low: 822' 250 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 1% (1°)
Max Grade: 3% (2°)

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A short singletrack loop that winds under Parmer Lane before working back.

MICHAEL O

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Family Friendly Great for kids!

Description

This is a short trail that heads out from the Brushy Creek Regional Trail and meanders through the woods near the parking lot at the sports fields at Brushy Creek Sports Park. The trail eventually ends back where it started, making it a nice addition without a big commitment. It also travels under Parmer Lane which gives an interesting perspective of the road.

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Jun 29, 2019
Armando Rivera
9h 00m
Jun 14, 2019
John Orchard
Jun 9, 2019
Ryan Woodruff
really dig this singletrack!! fast, flowy, with some rhythm sections. 3.5mi — 8h 30m
May 15, 2019
Lindsay Fletcher
3.1mi
Apr 21, 2019
Greg O’Shea
A couple of muddy spots, but easily passable and no damage by our tires. Signs say a race happens here 15 June 2019. 3.1mi — 28h 00m
Mar 31, 2019
Derrick Davis
3 laps 9mi
Mar 24, 2019
Derrick Davis
Perfect. Newly rerouted and marked for the race 13mi
Mar 15, 2019
John Tyler

Trail Ratings

  4.6 from 17 votes

#381

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  4.6 from 17 votes
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#8

in Texas

#381

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