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Ruby Ridge

Intermediate

Trail

2.1 mile 3.4 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 154' 47 m
Descent: -135' -41 m
High: 1,431' 436 m
Low: 1,355' 413 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 3% (1°)
Max Grade: 13% (7°)

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Trail shared by Matt Block

Fast and flow!

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Family Friendly Smooth surface, climbing gradients are manageable by young kids. Lots of intermediate, advanced features.

Closed during spring thaw and/or fall/winter freeze thaw. Visitcwocc.org for trail conditions.

Need to Know

Trails are free to ride. The Mountain Bay State Trail runs nearby and there is signage at the trailhead related to a state trail pass needed to ride the Mountain Bay Trail. This pass is not at all related to the singletrack trails.

Description

The trail begins at an intersection about 0.25 miles into Rock the Wierzba trail. Ruby Ridge is two-way traffic that flows and rolls along glacial esker ridges above and around some scenic kettle ponds.

The trail surface is pretty smooth with berms and in-sloped banked turns to help keep your speed up. There is elevation gain but nothing incredibly steep. For those looking for some air time, there are five separate optional feature lines scattered throughout the length of the trail to get your wheels off the ground.

The first being On the Rocks, an advanced b-line with three large gap jumps rounded out with a rock garden (please look before you leap, there are consequences to these jumps). Second is Double Bubble, an intermediate b-line with a small drop on the right or a rock ramp on the left leading to a ramp/jump option before linking back to the main trail. Third is Forest Jump, another intermediate b-line with a small drop into some rollers and an option for a gap jump on the right or a roll-over on the left, linking back to the main trail on a small gap jump. Fourth is another intermediate double step-down jump feature leading into a third small drop jump. This feature can only be ridden when heading north to south.

The last advanced feature, Ghetto Fer It, is a bermed corner leading into a rock gap jump.

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