Type: TTF TTF Technical trail feature Extremely Difficult / Dbl Black Diamond
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      This is a very steep rock roller that is very jagged. It will send you flying, and even has a little jump at the end. Take caution.

      There are three lines here that increase in difficulty from rider's left to right. The leftmost line is the easiest, a smooth, steep but shorter rock roll (blue). The middle line is the largest (black), which the original poster of this feature described above. A small 2-foot climb to the top of it on the approach makes it blind but it's fairly smooth once you're on it. It sends you across a trail into an optional step-up jump that you can make into a gap onto a rock "landing" with enough speed.

      The rightmost line is definitely a double black. It's slightly shorter than the middle but is much steeper; I measured its steepest section to be about 65 degrees. There is a small compression in the middle of it that you should unweight your front wheel to clear smoothly. You may catch a bit of air on this part because it is so steep but if you do it will be very smooth. This roll then sends you into a chunky right turn berm at high speed.

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      Skyline Hiking Trail C1-3 to C1-4Middlesex Fells Reservation
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