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Upper Fall Line (1E30)

Intermediate

Trail

1.0 mile 1.6 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 10' 3 m
Descent: -310' -94 m
High: 7,953' 2,424 m
Low: 7,654' 2,333 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 6% (4°)
Max Grade: 17% (10°)

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Trail shared by B L

Great singletrack in the heart of Big Bear. Best ridden downhill.

B L

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Features Drops/Jumps

Need to Know

This is a bi-directional, multi-use trail.

Description

Take Pirates out to reach this trail which is shown locally and some maps as either Fall Line, Upper Fall Line, or 1E30. The trail is categorized as an intermediate, blue square trail, and can be accessed without requiring a bike park pass.

The trail overall is a sweet bit of singletrack populated by some rough, rocky sections, a couple off-camber switchbacks, and glorious forest all around. Riders on their first foray on singletrack can probably navigate all Fall Line has to offer and enjoy themselves.

Upper Fall Line ends at the intersection of access trail 2N10F. This permits riders to either go back up Skyline Road (2N10) for another run or divert off to skip the Lower Fall Line section.

Fall Line is best ridden down, but two-way traffic is possible for those inclined to climbing mountains.

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Photos, Family Friendly, ADA Accessible, Electic Mountain Bikes Allowed

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