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Cobblestone Trail

 3.3 (4)
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Length

2.0 Miles 3.3 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

575' 175 m

Ascent

-131' -40 m

Descent

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

17%

Max Grade (9°)

852' 260 m

High

340' 104 m

Low

Conditions


All Clear 62 days ago
Mostly Dry - Only a couple trails, on the sw area of the park closed. History

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Singletrack start to the ride

Jason Lampenrider

Overview

Watch for the many hikers, especially on weekends.
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Dogs: No Dogs

Description [Suggest Changes]

The Cobblestone Trail, though one continously-named trail, has a variety of trail difficulties. The trail begins with a relatively wide, singletrack climb for the first mile or so. There are a few technical spots of exposed tree roots and/or rocks that may or may not challenge you, depending on your skill level.

At the intersection with Orchard Trail (which continues up and to the left), the Cobblestone Trail continues off to the right and changes into relatively easy and flat doubletrack for about half a mile.

The trail then narrows again and becomes much more technical with rocky portions forcing you to pick and choose your way through a line. An option at the end of your ride is to take this trail back down to the parking lot for a speedy, fun, and at times technical descent. Watch for other trail users.

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Land Manager: California State Parks

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Apr 21, 2018
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  3.3 from 4 votes

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Rode this this past Sunday, 7/23/2017. Did it on x-cal 9 and had blast. Had just ridden the flume trail in North Lake Tahoe and this was just a whole another beast. The rock gardens were definitely tough and I'm surprised my tires made it down. By the time I made it home my tire had deflated from all the pinch tears. Jul 27, 2017

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