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This trail is known for its flow. On the bike map it is often combined as the Whole Enchilada with Porcupine Rim, Kokopelli, Hazard County and Burro Pass. 16 Mile Summer Trail was initially a rugged singletrack DH trail maintained by local builders since 2008, the State of Alaska installed a more user friendly course in 2012. I'm slow and a little chicken top hit some of the gap jumps but this was super fun. Fast, fun descent.

The trail starts with a test- a skinny with a 2 ft. The route begins at the end of Quid Pro Flow and an intersection with Three Thirty Eight. Dirt was pretty good, not too mushy yet, but the leaves on the trail are wet and very slick, a few corners were like riding on ice. Lots of Flow! Jewel of the Amasa Back area, relatively new to the other trails.

There are actually three trails which make up the loop: Horse Creek-Cattle Creek-Lower Twin Lake. This created a reroute of the single track. A few wet spots, but almost non-existent mud. Rocks for texture, obstacles for fun and some short fast downhils in this 2. Ridgeline is a crown jewel of Dupont State Recreational Forest.

This trail is known for its flow. Lost Lake starts at its namesake trailhead. Trail contains a rope-suspended ladder bridge, elevated bridges and a long-straight skinny. Check yourself before you wreck yourself. Trail can be ridden in either direction.

Use some caution in the corners here. The trail has good flow with some spicy sections. Plenty of kick ups, jumps, drops, and huge berms. Probably not best to ride. You'll be traveling right along side and only a few inches above a tiny creek.

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Lots of opportunities for big air. drop to give you an idea of what you're getting into. A full suspension bike with 3+ inches of travel will greatly enhance your experience! Ride to the top and then down and link it directly into Ridegeline (with some double track). Or with only moderate climbing involved these trails can keep almost anyone interested for hours.

Third Divide makes up part of the classic Downieville downhill route. You can ride around everything, which will give you a chance to look before you leap. It's fire road the entire way, absolutely zero singletrack. after the jump you will enter the trail between two trees (fairly close together). Hymasa is a bit easier, so if you are unsure of your skill, start there, and then climb back up Hymasa to do Captain Ahab.

It is typically maintained at a high level due to its popularity and use. Removable by hand saw. 95% dry and/or grippy. Sadly, a better trail in this same zone (Barney Lake) is designated wilderness and is therefore 'unlawful' to ride. Hymasa is a bit easier, so if you are unsure of your skill, start there, and then climb back up Hymasa to do Captain Ahab.

The trail can ridden in an hour non stop, but most people take multiple hours to session the various steps and drops and take photos of the World famous views of Castle Valley. I need to learn how to jump! Landings are getting a little rotted but the overall condition is good. Lots of branches. I discovered this trail while out with my friend one day.

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Trail can be ridden in either direction. The trails all run parallel to the Fountain Place paved road so they can be shuttled by car. Landings are getting a little rotted but the overall condition is good. The trails all run parallel to the Fountain Place paved road so they can be shuttled by car. Very windy so drying fast.

Lots of branches. Awesome with a couple really dry spots in corners. Sections have the tendency to get rutted out. Trail is in good shape, minus dirt bikers dusting it up some. The final chute has a perfect natural double jump in it to give the extra bit of gnar to make you feel like a badass.

Amazing views of Castle valley are afforded after 50 meters of riding. Fun and all down when coming off the top. The exposed rock section near the bottom is a highlight of the trail giving the exposed granite slabs of Squamish a run for their money. This is a shuttle access downhill trail that is suitable for all ages and multiple different bike styles- although best suited for all mountain, dirtjumper or full on DH bikes. There will be some short dismount sections for most riders, but overall, the trail is fast and fun.

A few wet spots, but almost non-existent mud. As the valley begins to close, the route transitions to a section of open forest. Gets dry in the summer. All hits are roll-able and built for progressing your jumping skillz. The trail is somewhat wide for singletrack and a bit technical with roots and rocks. Third Divide makes up part of the classic Downieville downhill route. This 40+ miles ride is packed full of stunning island views. Very loose and dry. The lower half features two rock drops including reef drop which is the largest rock drop and Highland and. Technically you can go both directions but everyone typically starts from Guardsman and either drops down Desolation or continues to Mill Canyon or Ridgeline Connector.

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It's fire road the entire way, absolutely zero singletrack. Or with only moderate climbing involved these trails can keep almost anyone interested for hours. Normally most of the hikers don't make it to Otero Upper so that section is a little more clear and you can let it hang out a little more. Sadly, a better trail in this same zone (Barney Lake) is designated wilderness and is therefore 'unlawful' to ride. This ridge is more rugged than the other two ridges.

For the ultimate downhill blast, ride to the top of Hickory Mountain Loop, take a minute to catch your breath and prepare to smile all the way to the parking lot, barely needing to pedal. A few wet spots, but almost non-existent mud. Greens Lick is a machine built trail designed by Trail Dynamics as a demonstration trail showing the forest service how eroded road beds could be converted to sustainable trail. This line is my preferred line coming down. Two wheel drifting is likely if you have speed but are not riding the top few inches of the berms.

Also you exit onto a trail where hikers frequent, so keep it under control here. There is no preferred direction and the trail is a great connector for several other fun loops. A full suspension bike with 3+ inches of travel will greatly enhance your experience!

I'm slow and a little chicken top hit some of the gap jumps but this was super fun. The final chute has a perfect natural double jump in it to give the extra bit of gnar to make you feel like a badass. It is typically maintained at a high level due to its popularity and use. This is a fun flowy trail!

It is not hard to get to and is very fun to ride. Great trail, with amazing views, but may see a lot of traffic. Or with only moderate climbing involved these trails can keep almost anyone interested for hours.

Winding trail with dips, climbs and descents. Trail can be ridden in either direction. Some wet/muddy creek crossings, but otherwise dry. Clear and dry. Trails are drying out quickly.

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