Strawberry Hill Details
Difficulty ratingBlack Diamond
Trail UsageBiking Primary
TTFs on trailA-Frame, Berm, Bridge, Drop, Jump, Rock Face, Rock Garden
The trail has been updated since this last GPS was uploaded. It has three distinct sections. The upper is fast singletrack with a natural rock-launch over a 12 foot table with wide wooden transition, steep rock face,a small rock drop and a 100 ft long berm.
The mid section is a fast open double track, baby-head gnar fest but can be navigated on a smaller bike carefully while not having as much fun.
The third section has a 12 foot wooden table top and a small step-up along with a jump over an old truck cab and a nice step down to booter. After the booter through the meadow it can get wet but usually only in June when mountain run off is the strongest. The best times to ride are outside silverstar riding season but it can be fun in the hot hot summer when some of the dirt turns to talcum powder like consistency.
It can be ridden as a loop if you climb strawberry creek (gnarly babyhead/packed sand double track) road starting at the shooting range.
The trail is not on private property. The majority of it is close to Strawberry creek road which is a local recreation area.
The trail needs refinement in a few areas but the biggest problem it has is that not enough people ride it.
Hwy 3, Old Richter Passage rd, Kruger Mtn Rd,
Local Trail Association
More Stats for Strawberry Hill mountain bike trail
Altitude change-1,253 ft
Altitude min1,508 ft
Altitude start2,761 ft
Altitude end1,508 ft
Distance climb1,294 ft
Distance down1.8 miles
Distance flat1,827 ft
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Strawberry Hill Trail Reports
Aug 31, 2016 @ 1:57pmAug 31, 2016
|Trail has been fully brushed and single track has been raked. This trail needs a new caretaker for the 2017 season. PM me if you want to pitch in!|
Aug 25, 2016 @ 11:11amAug 25, 2016
|Trail is in good late summer condition. Top section with natural jump and long wooden landing in excellent shape. Bright orange paint marks the...|
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