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Intermediate/Difficult

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0.4 mile 0.6 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Intermediate/Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 0' 0 m
Descent: -96' -29 m
High: 1,205' 367 m
Low: 1,109' 338 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 5% (3°)
Max Grade: 13% (7°)

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Trail shared by Nathan Burtner

This is a one-way, flowy, banked downhill with exaggerated banked turns and rolling jumps.

Nathan Burtner

Electric Mountain Bikes Unknown

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The trail ends at an odd intersection which funnels headfirst wrong-way into the TD4W downhill. Check signage and maps.

Description

The trail entrance is somewhat hidden as it starts in a swampy section of trail. It is marked by rocks carefully placed along the edge of the trail. This is one of the best downhill trails in the park, so take your time to find it. As you enter, there is consistently wet clay. Rock piles armor the wettest creek crossings. "Coyne Rock" is an optional rock feature at the top left of the trail.

As the trail winds down the hill, it becomes progressively more flowy with well-defined banks and rolling jumps. Drop your post on this one!

While this trail can be ridden by experts at great speed, beginners can roll this downhill confidently. It's much less steep than TD4W and the jumps can be rolled over.

The trail ends at an odd intersection which funnels headfirst wrong-way into the TD4W descent. Do Not Enter! Instead, climb the switchbacks to the right or exit down towards the carousel. You'll note that there is an easier climb at the bottom to the right, a short logging trail which has been grandfathered in.

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#840

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in Pennsylvania

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Bike for scale on the optional rock feature
Mar 27, 2019 near Homeacr…, PA

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