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Beaver Trail

Intermediate

Trail

1.4 mile 2.3 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 88' 27 m
Descent: -67' -21 m
High: 816' 249 m
Low: 769' 234 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 2% (1°)
Max Grade: 11% (6°)

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Trail shared by Marcus Troxell

A short, fun section with some punchy climbs and descents.

Marcus Troxell

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Description

Beaver Trail is typically ridden clockwise, with the start accessed via the Anadarche Spur trail, passing the Beaver Lookout Trail and Beaver Spur to connect back to the Anadarche Trail just before the large wooden bridge. The yellow carsonite signs located throughout Lake Murray State Park trails with arrows indicating "Big Loop" will point the way to the Beaver Lookout Trail.

Beaver Trail has a few steep climbs that are rewarded with fun descents. This section does not have many large rock gardens, but some smaller rocks that make the climbs challenging. The trail is more narrow than the Anadarche Trail, which adds to the fun.

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