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Bull Canyon Trail - Long Loop

 3.0 (2)

2.9 Miles 4.6 Kilometers


Singletrack

183' 56 m

Ascent

-96' -29 m

Descent

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

8%

Max Grade (5°)

1,465' 446 m

High

1,350' 412 m

Low

Shared By Derek Hansen

Conditions


All Clear 95 days ago
Some Mud - Rained recently made the turns nice and grabby. Pretty fun! History

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This is a grassy, wide path with an intermediate lollipop loop through a small, picturesque canyon.

Derek Hansen

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There is a $2 daily entrance fee for visitors age 13 and older.

Description

This starts as a winding, generally flat, grassy trail with a doubletrack width. It definitely feels more like a cross-country running path or equestrian-oriented trail; it's very beginner level until you reach the outer lollipop loop.

Here, the trail becomes twisty singletrack through the woods, descending into Bull Canyon. Take the lollipop counterclockwise and you'll hit a quick bumpy section. This briefly flattens out, then abruptly climbs a red sandy/slickrock washout. It's rideable with just the right speed and technique, but the last step-up is slippery and steep.

After one more short climb, you'll reconnect with the grassy equestrian-style path. Take a left to complete the lollipop and continue on to Chris' Link, which will come up on the right.

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Sep 14, 2018
Shane Kirkpatrick
Stay left for a great loop. Avoid thorns, cactus, stickers and sudden drops. MTB projects helped lead the way! Great ride 11.9mi

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  3.0 from 2 votes

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