|37 Miles||Loop System||16.3 Total Climbing Miles||2,579' Max||4.6% Avg Grade|
|74.98 Climb Index||90% Singletrack||16.6 Total Descending Miles||1,791' Min||24.1% Max Grade|
Overview: If you are looking for a back country experience. We have not made it to this trail yet but I am hoping soon to take a few days and ride all I can.
“This is a large remote area with extremely limited cell phone coverage, plan ahead and be prepared so your experience will be an enjoyable one. Ride within your skill, it’s a long way for help. The steep terrain limits the availability of a wide range of skill and fitness level. Currently, most of the trails are for cyclists that have an advanced level of skill and endurance.
” The 35 miles of byways are divided up into 18 different trails with two trailheads and 35 information portals along the route.
“There is a total designation of 35 miles, about 9.6 miles of the system roads are open to motorized vehicles for connectivity. All of the trails have their own characteristics that make them special, such as the South Bench Trail. It has a single track that was hand built and follows a bench — great view in the fall when the leaves are off — of similar elevation creating a wave like trail wrapping around the head of drainages before it joins the Trail of Ancients.” - Harrison Daily
Recommended Route: Not sure on this.
Rating: Intermediate with some Advanced sections.