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Trail

1.2 mile 1.9 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 77' 23 m
Descent: -155' -47 m
High: 1,451' 442 m
Low: 1,332' 406 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 3% (2°)
Max Grade: 11% (6°)

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Trail shared by Zack Butler

A mixture of old wagon roads and technical singletrack around Panther Knob.

Zack Butler

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Features -none-

Closed when wet.

Description

This trail is normally used as the northern half of "Keith's Loop". When starting from the Sinks Trail, you'll first encounter a technical climb that ends at the intersection with the Stone Cuts Trail. Continue around Panther Knob on the old wagon road, which occasionally suffers from standing water during the rainy season but makes for a nice easy ride in the summer. You'll pass the intersection with the Panther Knob Trail on your right before the trail forks.

The left fork (the Logan Point Alternate) continues towards the Flat Rock Connector (closed during deer hunting season). The right fork (the main fork) is a more exciting singletrack section with switchbacks which is a re-route of the original trail. The main fork is easier and not as steep. After the two forks re-join, the trail crosses a few streams and bridges before intersecting with the Keith Trail.

Most people will continue on the Keith Trail but it's possible to continue up the mountain on the Logan Point Trail on a technical singletrack up to the Stone Cuts Trail. From this point, you can return back to the Sinks Trail by taking either a left or right turn on the Stone Cuts Trail.

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Sep 17, 2016
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