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Hobo Holler

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Trail

0.3 mile 0.5 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 46' 14 m
Descent: -15' -5 m
High: 811' 247 m
Low: 765' 233 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 4% (2°)
Max Grade: 12% (7°)

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Off-leash
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Trail shared by Ross Kline

A forest trail with a challenging variety of terrain.

Ross Kline

Electric Mountain Bikes Allowed

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

Need to Know

In the spring/early summer, the ticks can be pretty bad due to the lush vegetation. It is recommended you wear bug spray and long socks and pants.

Description

The trail begins off Country Road and has several log crossings right at the beginning (small/medium). From there, you descend into a gulley with an optional gap jump. You'll wind through the forest for a little while then cross the gulley again where there is another log crossing and a steep climb. At the top of the climb, there are some tree rides and enduro style rock scrambles. The rest of the trail is pretty easy and dumps out at the meadow.

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Contacts

Local Club: KYMBA Bluegrass (Lexington)

Land Manager: West Sixth Farm

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