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Ridge Trail

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3.9 Miles 6.3 Kilometers


Singletrack

366' 112 m

Ascent

-441' -134 m

Descent

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

14%

Max Grade (8°)

1,438' 438 m

High

1,137' 347 m

Low

Shared By Jason Lampenrider

Conditions


Minor Issues 58 days ago
Muddy, Fallen Trees History

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Mostly singletrack, a few technical sections, worsening erosion.

Jason Lampenrider

Dogs No Dogs

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Description

Coming off the Marsh Trail, the first portion is mainly dirt singletrack through and under the trees, with a few portions where the trail widens. There's not a particularly steep climb in any spot, and it eventually switches back and forth between singletrack and doubletrack.

The descent quickly turns from smooth to rocky and loose, and at times you are faced with avoiding the erosion and trying to maintain a good line. Though it's narrow in places, it's not a particularly difficult trail, and especially not if you are holding back your speed. The Ridge Trail intersects with the end of the Marsh Trail at a forested depression before it climbs and then descends to the intersection with the Schultz Trail and Pig Flat Trail.

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Jan 26, 2019
Thomas McKenzie
Jan 20, 2019
Karin Austin
Jan 20, 2019
Thomas McKenzie
Jan 13, 2019
Matt Duck
A few short lived sections of flow.
Dec 30, 2018
Wardy Ward
Dec 2, 2016
Joseph Hart
few wet spots, I don't recommend riding through puddles, will cause excessive damage to trail. 2.9mi

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  3.5 from 4 votes

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  3.5 from 4 votes
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#1,065

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#13,329

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