Linking the north mountain biking area with the south ridge line, this trail can be a challenge for riders without a descent amount of trail riding experience and good physical condition (for the climbing). Whether riding north-to-south (the recommended direction) or south-to-north you'll be doing a good amount of descending and then a lot of climbing. Sometimes a trail exists because there's no other alternative to get from Point A to Point B. This is an example of that since limited options crossing large drainage with boundary of park and area of land slide steep slopes serving as the "rock and a hard place" which forced route of this trail. Builders did best they could to not make this too nighmarish and its actually a very fun challenge for those that enjoy a bit of hardcore climbing.
There's some cool wooden bridges thru an area on the south slope of Link'n'Pin.
Local Trail AssociationWestside Trail Federation (westsidetrailfederation.org)
More Stats for Link'n'Pin mountain bike trail
Altitude change-49 ft
Altitude min1,050 ft
Altitude max1,184 ft
Altitude start1,184 ft
Altitude end1,134 ft
Distance climb450 ft
Distance down856 ft
Distance flat77 ft
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Link'n'Pin Trail Reports
Oct 16, 2016 @ 2:37pmOct 16, 2016
|BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION IN PROGRESS (October). ETA is completion by November 2016 with decking added.|
Oct 16, 2016 @ 2:00pmOct 16, 2016
|Multiple large trees down across trail, blocking trail; GPS 45deg 44' 21" N 123deg 10' 31" W|
Aug 10, 2016 @ 11:59amAug 10, 2016
|Trail is marked closed for construction of two bridges. You can ride through the work area, just do not remove the warning tape PLEASE! Completion...|
Jul 20, 2016 @ 12:08pmJul 20, 2016
|Two Bridges being installed. Completion was this month- its OFFICIALLY DELAYED! End of August- early Oct. You can ride the trail- just do not...|
Apr 20, 2016 @ 1:11pmApr 20, 2016
|Serous Trail Construction|
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