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Get Down

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0.9 Miles 1.4 Kilometers


Singletrack

243' 74 m

Ascent

-15' -5 m

Descent

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

13%

Max Grade (8°)

1,387' 423 m

High

1,157' 353 m

Low

Shared By Mark Hoyle

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An intermediate trail with a couple of good climbs and a rocky playground that connects Start Me Up with Giddy-Up Trail.

Mark Hoyle

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This trail is built primarily for a descent from Boy Scout. The best way to ride is to go up Boy Scout from the Batt Picnic Area and turn left at the top to enter Get Down. There are a couple of fun downhill sections to this trail with some challenging A line rock moves that are optional. At the end of the trail, turn left on Start Me Up and follow back up to the Batt Picnic Area. Another option for Get Down is to turn right at the top of Boy Scout and follow until Get Down dead ends onto Giddy-Up Trail. Turn right on Giddy-Up Trail and follow back to the Batt Picnic Area.

If going up Get Down, this is a great workout. It has some steep pitches, but is 100% ride-able.

In the middle of the trail is a fun playground of rocks that has almost unlimited technical riding possibilities!

When you get to the gravel road after a longer climb, cross straight over and continue to Giddy-Up Trail. You can then turn right and blast down to the Batt Picnic Area, or go uphill for a leg burning climb.

Contacts

Local Club: Winchester Wheelmen

Dec 27, 2015: test

Feb 21, 2013: Google Groups

Feb 21, 2013: Join the Wheelmen

Land Manager: WV State Parks - Cacapon Resort State Park

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