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Sandy Wash

 29 votes

2.6 Miles 4.2 Kilometers


Singletrack

7' 2 m

Ascent

-724' -221 m

Descent

7,436' 2,266 m

High

6,713' 2,046 m

Low

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

12%

Max Grade (7°)

All Clear

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A Buffalo Creek favorite - downhill the whole way with good flow!

Mike Ahnemann

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This trail is considered to be one of the must-do trails in the Buffalo Creek area. Ridden from the intersection with Homestead and Miller Gulch trails, it's a steady descent the entire way.

There are no hugely technical sections, and the trail surface is mostly smooth dirt/sand the entire way down. You can really let it roll on this trail without worrying much about tight blind corners or technical sections.

This trail is a nice way to finish a longer cruise at Buffalo Creek - it drops you right down onto Buffalo Creek road, not far from the trailhead at Deckers Road.

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Dec 30, 2017
Ben Welch-bolen
Awesome fun! 2.6mi
Aug 1, 2017
Staci Stallings
Jul 1, 2017
Rich Purdy
Jun 18, 2017
John Swallow
Jun 2, 2017
Rich Marulli
Fun as usual!! Get it from Gashouse shuttle
Apr 13, 2017
Patrick Burns
Possibly a bit overhyped, but good loose riding none the less. It is pretty peddley. There is a killer drop at the heart rock switchback. Shoot ...
Oct 8, 2016
Ma Ca
Buff C mini tour
Jun 29, 2016
Ryan Fischer

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Dry - Couple really small snow spots, but 100% rideable
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