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Entrails

 5.0 (1)

0.9 Miles 1.4 Kilometers


Singletrack

8' 2 m

Ascent

-539' -164 m

Descent

12%

Avg Grade (7°)

30%

Max Grade (17°)

1,239' 378 m

High

708' 216 m

Low

Shared By Eric Ashley

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A rowdy run with steep rough chutes and a great slab section.

Eric Ashley

Dogs Unknown

Features -none-

One Way Only: This is designated as a directional trail.

Description

To get to the main even on Entrails riders will first work through a rooty cross-country path with some fun skinnies that including a bridge to log-ride over a dark pond. A short and punchy switchbacking climb passes the start of Marc My Word and the "drop-in" to this excellent trail.

A healthy serving of rocks makes for a rough start that can make it difficult to carry momentum, there's even a bit of a climb on the other side. But don't let the slower start discourage you, the best bits are still ahead. Get ready for some steep chutes with rough descents. You can either roll in and see how deep things turn out, or take a moment to scope the lines (a bit of study will reveal some interesting takes).

Ahead an easy bridge at the base of a cliff eases into the slab section. There are plenty of options here. The good news is as long as you manage your brakes well the rock is pretty grippy. You'll just want to plan out a good route and if in doubt take the chicken-line on the left as a crash here won't be pretty. Hook the berm at the bottom and keep heading down till reaching a small clearing with connections to Chossy Slabs, Boney Elbows, and Room With a View. Or, keep left for more roughs, rocks, and steeps as Entrails works down to the Access Road.

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