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Trail 30

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Length

0.5 Miles 0.7 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

140' 43 m

Ascent

-16' -5 m

Descent

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

12%

Max Grade (7°)

226' 69 m

High

87' 26 m

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A short climb out from the parking lot with a good view along the way.

Darius Rike

Overview

Fort Ord National Monument trails are closed from 30 minutes after sunset to 30 minutes before sunrise.
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Description

This short trail climbs out of the parking lot and winds up over a hill so you can avoid the Old Reservation Road (paved) climb out. It starts out very sandy and has a couple of short steep sections but after the first one you'll come up on a nice view of the Salinas River and the valley beyond.

The trail splits after the second short steep climb, but no worries as both trails take you to the same place. To go up and over the hill (this track) go left. To climb a bit less and go around the hill (but a bit more sand) go right.

The trail ends at Old Reservation Road and the ride normally continues by crossing the pavement and heading up Sandy Ridge Road (gravel) on the other side.

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James Ryan
Spreckels, CA
James Ryan   Spreckels, CA
This description is actually for trail 30. Trail 31 also starts in the same place, Creekside Terrace but on the opposite side of Old Reservation Road. Jun 21, 2014
Darius Rike
Monterey, CA
Darius Rike   Monterey, CA
You are correct. Thanks for noticing. Jun 22, 2014

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