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      West Tyson County Park has the trailheads of both the Chubb and Flint Quarry Trails. The Chubb begins at the Circle at the top of the road to the left as you enter the park, and Flint Quarry at the parking lot at the end of the lower entrance. There is a 0.3 mile connector between the 2 trailheads. Both trails come together at the Picnic Table, around 1.5 miles into either trail. The Chubb continues on down to the Meramec River bottom while the Flint Quarry makes use of part of the Chubb, and the trail formerly known as the Ridge Trail, making its way back to its starting point for a 3 mile loop. Both trails at this end offer many opportunities to test your skills with steep climbs, loose rocks, drop-offs, and tight switchbacks. This section of the Chubb contains "the Steps", an exposed section of the Kimmswick Limestone, which is sure to challenge your technical ability. The eastern end is mainly dirt singletrack with a moderately steep climb that ends at the trailhead in Lone Elk County Park. In between, there are some technical sections, but for the most part, the trail winds along the flat river bottom. The Lone Elk connector is subject to standing water and even flooding after rain, so it’s to be avoided when wet conditions are present. The Chubb and Flint Quarry trails are more durable when wet, but can be very treacherous due to the slippery rocks.
      Primary Trail Type: Cross-Country
      AKA: Chubb
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      Access Info:
      From St. Louis, go west on 1-44. Get off at Lewis Road Exit 266. Enter West Tyson Park, make first right, follow to the end of the road and park. Or, the Lone Elk end of Chubb Trail can be reached by exiting 1-44 at Meramec Station Road (Hwy 141). Turn right (west) on the Outer Road. Follow this to Lone Elk County Park. The Chubb Trailhead is the fire road before the Lone Elk gates.
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      Open as of May 30, 2020
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      Trails (view details)
      6
      Trails Mountain Bike
      6
      Trails Hike
      6
      Trails Trail Running
      6
      Total Distance
      11 miles
      Total Descent
      1,621 ft
      Total Vertical
      423 ft
      Highest Trailhead
      834 ft
      Reports
      35
      Photos
      11
      Ridden Counter
      302

      Popular West Tyson County Park Mountain Biking Trails

      Recent Ridelog Activity in Region

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      Photos of West Tyson County Park Mountain Bike

      trail: Chubb Trail
      73 |
      Dec 30, 2018 @ 10:45am
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      Jul 6, 2018 @ 2:25pm
      Jul 6, 2018

      Videos of West Tyson County Park Mountain Bike

      Chubb Trail, West Tyson park.
      1:46 | 404 | Nov 16, 2012
      Andrew Chubb Drop
      0:17 | 365 | Jan 13, 2008
      Deana's Chubb Run - stuck at 99%
      488 | Aug 13, 2017 , St. Louis
      Chubb Trail
      834 | Jun 13, 2016 , St. Louis

      Recent Trail Reports

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      user #1942525300-lb-mtn-bikerdifficultyvotetrailFlint Quarry Trail
      Jul 2, 2020 @ 5:55pm
      Jul 2, 2020
      user #2210212IzzymemphisriddentrailChubb Trail
      Jun 26, 2020 @ 6:45pm
      Jun 26, 2020
      user #1997766dddzzwishlisttrailChubb Trail
      Jun 26, 2020 @ 1:36am
      Jun 26, 2020
      user #2244002HammerstoneMTBwishlisttrailChubb Trail
      Jun 22, 2020 @ 8:09pm
      Jun 22, 2020
      user #1713602TitusTartarusriddentrailChubb Trail
      Jun 16, 2020 @ 7:57pm
      Jun 16, 2020

      Recent Comments

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      user #1743839Mikebike1000reportChubb TrailAny update on the Chubb trail?
      Oct 10, 2019 @ 10:31am
      Oct 10, 2019
      user #1035606norcalspeeddemontrailFlint Quarry TrailRidden cw this is hands down the best descent...
      Jun 13, 2017 @ 6:46am
      Jun 13, 2017

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