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Serenity Trail: 4-Mile Loop

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1.8 mile 2.9 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
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Elevation

Ascent: 255' 78 m
Descent: -295' -90 m
High: 4,794' 1,461 m
Low: 4,642' 1,415 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 6% (3°)
Max Grade: 21% (12°)

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This trail builds off the 2-Mile Loop with more narrow trail, climbs, descents and rock.

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This is a multi-use parcel. Livestock may be present. Hunting is allowed, be aware of seasons. There is a minimum-security prison nearby, you may hear the PA system.

Description

Fun with a bit more challenge. Combine this trail with the Serenity Trail: 2-Mile Loop as a figure-eight pattern to achieve the four miles. Starting from the eastern junction, the trail narrows but stays along the ridge before a gradual narrow descent to the bottom of the draw. A brisk climb brings you through the thicker forest until you reach a rocky descent. Use caution with the sharp turn and loose material. You may want to walk the bike down as this portion was built for foot traffic.

Notice the historic water pipeline structure in the draw. The trail climbs out of the draw working its way to the junction with the Serenity Trail: 2-Mile Loop. The trail is 2 - 3 feet wide. There are rocks and loose areas, pine cones, and needles in the trail.

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