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6 Hours of the Dinosaur Loop

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Length

10.3 Miles 16.6 Kilometers


75%

Singletrack

Elevation

275' 84 m

Ascent

-276' -84 m

Descent

1%

Avg Grade (1°)

6%

Max Grade (4°)

1,961' 598 m

High

1,909' 582 m

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6 Hours of the Dinosaur Race Loop in San Angelo State Park.

Lee Oles

Overview

State Park Rules apply.
6-hour race. Down the Dinosaur Trail, to the Badlands Trail, through the River Bend and Flintstone Village Trail. Then on to the Javelina Trail, connect to the Shady Trail and more fun throughout the ride. It's a great family-friendly trail. You repeat this for 6 hours, or until you're done.
Family Friendly: Camping, hiking, fishing, and history.
Dogs: Leashed

Description

The Dinosaur Trail starts things out easy from the North Entrance camping area. It takes riders to the first river crossing where you might see a dino track unless you're racing. Then you have some slight climbs throughout and some nice flow sections, too. You'll cross the creeks and have some technical, rocky sections into the Javelina Trail. Then you follow the river, come out, and then head back into the Shady Trail with lots of trees.

History & Background

Dino tracks in the area.

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