This is a great trail and it's getting better, there has been some trail work and there is more to come. I have only ridden it from the North (from Bearfoot tr) to south to the Pine Canyon trail head off of 87. Coming from Bearfoot Trail you'll see a sign marked Drippings Spring, follow that up a long switch back till you reach the signs Drippings Spring and Rim trail. This is where most riders turn around for an out and back. This section has been worked on a little but still tough and will get rocky and steep for the next 2 miles, this will be the most difficult section of the entire trail. Eventually you will come to a split in the trail and see a sign marked Good Enough tr. if you need to bail take this technical down hill into the neighborhood where it's all easy road back to 87. From this split stay on Pine Canyon Trail and it gets easier, after another short HAB it's mostly easy down hill to the main trailhead. Use caution as the closer you get to the Pine Canyon Trail head the more hikers you will encounter.
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More Stats for Pine Canyon Trail #26 mountain bike trail
Altitude change1,791 ft
Altitude min1.0 miles
Altitude start1.0 miles
Altitude end1.4 miles
Distance climb6.0 miles
Distance down3.7 miles
Distance flat3,216 ft
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Pine Canyon... Trail Reports
Sep 18, 2016 @ 4:50pmSep 18, 2016
|Finally got a chance to go back & try the lower portion of #26 this past weekend. WHAT A NIGHTMARE.... We started at the top of the Bearfoot...|
Apr 29, 2016 @ 6:26pmApr 29, 2016
|Trail is a blast not ridden much but very nice pedalled up got stuck in a downpour and had to go back down. Well done pine I will be back!|
Aug 10, 2015 @ 7:14pmAug 10, 2015
|We shuttled to the top, the pull-off is between MP279 & 280. Parked the other vehicle at the bottom at the Pine Trailhead, just south of...|
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