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Unal Interpretive Trail

Easy/Intermediate

Trail

3.4 mile 5.4 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Easy/Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 772' 235 m
Descent: -630' -192 m
High: 6,734' 2,053 m
Low: 6,065' 1,849 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 8% (5°)
Max Grade: 38% (21°)

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Trail shared by David Estes

Unal is a short loop at the Greenhorn summit on Hwy 155. Easy to get to, and well maintained. Beautiful Sierra views!

David Estes

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Features Views

Family Friendly Shorter trail with not a ton of elevation. Great views as a payoff.

Preferred clockwise route. Be considerate of other trail users.

Need to Know

A good chance you'll find other trail users due to the accessibility. Ride aware. Fantastic camping nearby at the Greenhorn Mountain County Park. Water, flush toilet, and hot showers.

Description

Easy parking at the trailhead by the forestry station. This is a short trail that is mostly all at a less than 10% grade. A few rock features, no roots. VERY well maintained, with trees cut back and removed. BEAUTIFUL views north to Mt. Whitney from the summit of the trail. This isn't a destination trail in itself, but if you are riding Just Outstanding or other trails in the area, a fun diversion.

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Photos, ADA Accessible, Dogs Allowed, Electic Mountain Bikes Allowed

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#2

in Alta Sierra

#861

in California

#10,704

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