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A secondary loop to avoid repeating the main singletrack.


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Miles

0.8

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Singletrack

1,067' 325 m

High

1,017' 310 m

Low

27' 8 m

Up

62' 19 m

Down

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

8%

Max Grade (5°)

Dogs Leashed

E-Bikes Not Allowed

Description

From the big singletrack downhill, look for this trail on your right. It's steep right away and takes you down to a small stream crossing. This section is pretty technical. Lots of rocks but beautifully laid out. Once you finish this section, you'll come to a large clearing where the trail is hard to see. Just follow the stream until you see a small bridge crossing. Head over the bridge and continue on this trail. It becomes a little wet from the water run off coming down, but it's rideable.

Near the end, take a right into the singletrack. It's tight and twisty for a short bit then you'll come to a small gravel trail. You'll see ballfields in front of you. Take a right and follow this for a bit then take the trail on the right up the hill. At the top, stay close to the woods in the grass as the road is a private drive but the trail is park property. It turns to singletrack again and is techy going through a few small ravines. You'll come to a Y; take a right down the hill to connect back for a loop.

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Eric Bergman

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