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A flow country trail that gives riders a forest moon of Endor experience.


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Map Key

1.0

Miles

1.6

KM

Singletrack

1,051' 320 m

High

1,012' 308 m

Low

58' 18 m

Up

54' 16 m

Down

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

5%

Max Grade (3°)

Dogs Leashed

E-Bikes Allowed

Description

This trail is a multi-use trail and riders may encounter pedestrian traffic. It can be ridden in both directions but the most fun route is counterclockwise. If riders are using this trail to link together trails to the north and south, keep the most fun direction in mind.

The trail begins and ends near the old WPA structure that serves as a picnic area. Pedaling up to speed gives riders a chance to take advantage of the first jump opportunity. All features are rollable and this is no exception. It's a hipped jump and the right side offers a bit more boost. Several rollers follow that one can pump to maintain momentum followed by some small berms. Downhill stretch gives a chance to gain speed before another jump opportunity at a slight crest of a hill. Be mindful of riders possibly approaching in the opposite direction.

The trail meanders gracefully through the trees with small berms and rollers rarely taking a straight line. It will parallel the Crushed Limestone Trail briefly before turning away for a gentle climb. It continues along the way in a similar fashion without steep climbs and has several gentle descents to take in the flow and rest ones legs.

At the south end of the loop is the intersection with Pony. A gentle right hand turn will allow riders to continue south on Pony and turning left will continue the loop. A slight descent will reveal a berm to the right followed by a left hand berm. A very short climb leads to another descent. The climb from there is gentle and the grade decreases. While gaining speed near the top one will see a left turn with a berm. Use caution and be alert for riders approaching from the opposite direction.

The trail descends and climbs once again to another high point before flowing gracefully into another descent and climb. There are several gentle up and down sections along the remainder of the route and one last climb into an open area signals the end of the loop is close. in this open area is the intersection with the Kiddie DH return trail on the right side of the trail. Do not enter that trail as it is one way. Just keep straight and the trail returns to where it started.

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Shared By:

Lee Clark

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#38

in Missouri

#1,918

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Jun 26, 2022
Todd Ward
Great loop to session taking Limestone trail back to top, connected into Pony and Goat down Randy's and then crossed the bridge and up to Wyeth hill
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