Turkey Hold the Rocks
ElevationAscent: 425' 130 m
Descent: -434' -132 m
High: 930' 284 m
Low: 655' 200 m
GradeAvg Grade: 3% (2°)
Max Grade: 10% (6°)
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“A fun 5.0-mile loop that minimizes technical and rocky sections (as much as possible, it is Turkey Mountain).”— Brian Mayfield
I swore off mountain biking three or four years ago after attempting a few trails at Turkey Mountain, but after six months running the trails, I realized there were trails I could do and still have fun on. This route minimizes the technical rocky sections and maximizes the fun flowing sections.
From the trailhead, after about 0.2 miles, take a hard left on Unmarked Connector: Yellow to Enchanted Forest Bypass to avoid some rocky sections ahead on the main trail.
At about the 1.0 mile mark, there is a rocky section on Yellow Trail. You may want to walk your bike the first time through this section. At about 1.1 miles, take a hard right on Yellow Trail - Hi Chi Connector followed by a hard left 0.1 miles later for a fun flowing singletrack section on Hi Chi.
At about 1.6 miles, veer left onto a small skinny trail off Spider Connector to Pink Trail. A few hundred yards later (at the 1.9-mile mark), there is a steep downhill section on Pink Trail that you may want to walk the first time through. At about 2.3 miles, take a hard right onto the Pink Trail Alternate.
Finally, after about 4.3 miles, look for a hard right into a climb on Fairy Dust - Pipeline Bypass with a short steep section at the end. Be prepared to unclip and walk the last ten yards. This leads to the Hairpin Connector and the final steady climb on Pink Trail back to the start.
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Land Manager: Tulsa River Parks Authority