Not A Lot Of Stunts, Only A Few Skinnys. Lot's Of Small Drops, Like Roots And Logs. Should Be Able To Lift Front Tire And Know How To Go Of Drops. Not too Difficult. A Challenge For Intermediate Riders, but still Fun For Advanced. If You Are An Intermediate Rider, You Might Have To Walk Through A Few Spots, But Other Than That It's Wicked. Advanced/Experts Should Be Able To Ride The Whole Thing.
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IF GETTING DROPPED OFF:
Get Dropped Off At The Drop Off Spot At The Base Of Fromme Mountain. Will Have To Walk Or Ride Up A Bit Of A Hill, But No Cars Beyond That Point. When Riding/Walking Up Look For A Large Opening On Your Right Hand Side. There May Be A Few Before, But Ride/Walk Past Those (But Those Do Lead Onto Griffin, You Just Miss The Best Part). Turn Right At The Big Opening And Ride Down A Steepish Hill And Take The Next Right!!
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Posted By: dR*Ugz
- Thu Jul 09 07:16:50 UTC 2009
Commentthe trail starts at the top of the 1st switch back... but the trail goes all the the way up the the Haynes Vally on the west side of Lynn Creek. i up loaded the gps cords for the portion of the trail that can be found on the north shore hiking map. there's an old growth cedar up there. ruffly 40+ ft around. you can cross the river down from the tree to get to the cedar mills trail, but only when the river is at its lowest.
Posted By: BobW
- Thu Aug 04 23:54:13 UTC 2005
UpsideA great trail to learn how to ride the shore! It has little drops and roots aswell as some low level ladder bridges. The switchbacks at the bottom are fun to ride fast. It is also a short climb to the trail head. I take my kids on this trail all the time. If you can clean it you can head up and try Pipeline or 7th DownsideThe top can be muddy if it rains. CommentA great introduction to the shore.