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FS Road 2010 (Lost Marbles)

 3.0 (1)

1.0 Miles 1.6 Kilometers


Doubletrack

13' 4 m

Ascent

-137' -42 m

Descent

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

9%

Max Grade (5°)

1,384' 422 m

High

1,260' 384 m

Low

Shared By Kris Davis

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A great natural surface trail.

Kris Davis

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Description

A fun connector trail on a defunct Forest Service road. You'll maybe even find some lost marbles.

To get to these trails, come in from Irvine. The road from Clay City is steep and rutted loose gravel. The road from Irvine, Rice Street, turns into Sweet Lick Rd. Sweet Lick is narrow and not wide enough for two cars. This is a good place to slow down and take in the surroundings. Look for pull-offs to let other vehicles by.

Getting up to the ridge, the pavement is very steep. Avoid this road in winter or check conditions before heading up. The ridge top is gravel. This is FR 227, better known as Marbleyard. Don’t forget to stop in Irvine to refuel after your adventure! They have some really great bar/restaurants, a couple of Dairy Freeze type places and a few of the regular watering holes.

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