BCT Drinking Snake Details
BCT Drinking Snake segment from Highway 69 trail head to Antelope Creek Road. Trail is a mix of single and double track. Navigation can be a bit tricky depending on the time of the year. Keys are to keep an eye out for BCT signs. Due to the nature of the terrain on this segment I would recommend caution when riding while snakes are active and about. Trail listed as All Mountain due to variety of trail structure, rockiness, etc.
Exit I-17 and head west toward Prescott. Trail head is just east of Mayer Fire Station/Old Sycamore Road on the south side of the highway (approximately .25 miles east of Old Sycamore Road). Trail head has ample parking and a restroom. Heading south from this trail head is the Drinking Snake trail and heading north under Highway 69 will take you on the Big Bug and Russian Well segments of the BCT.
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More Stats for BCT Drinking Snake mountain bike trail
Altitude change-132 ft
Altitude min3,931 ft
Altitude max4,197 ft
Altitude start4,070 ft
Altitude end3,938 ft
Distance climb1.8 miles
Distance down2.1 miles
Distance flat1.0 miles
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