13.9 miles
Distance
1,837 ft
Climb
-1,828 ft
Descent
1,645 ft
High Point

The advanced Dry Creek and Chappie route for the Bigfoot MTB Challenge. Please be aware that multiple trails on this route are open to OHV use, please use appropriate caution.

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BMBC - Advanced - Dry Creek & Chappie is a 14 mile popular intermediate route located near Redding California. This mountain bike only route. This route includes 3 trails. This route climbs 1,837 ft with a max elevation of 1,645 ft then descends -1,828 ft.
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Trails in Route

Dry Creek Trail5 miles
Show Trail3,842 ft
Trail 762 miles

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More Stats for BMBC - Advanced - Dry Creek & Chappie mountain bike route
  • Avg time
    1 hr 51 min
  • Altitude change
    8 ft
  • Altitude min
    620 ft
  • Altitude start
    1,052 ft
  • Altitude end
    1,060 ft
  • Grade max
    -56.2%
  • Grade min
    35.6%
  • Distance climb
    6 miles
  • Distance down
    5 miles
  • Distance flat
    2 miles
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Recent Trail Reports Along Route

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Dry Creek Trail
Jul 31, 2023 @ 8:57pm
Jul 31, 2023
Access to Dry Creek is no longer inundated. Lots of driftwood has accumulated on the road road from the dam. The pitch up the to trail is hardly recognizable. Other than that trail is in great shape with a couple areas of heavy blackberry and broom encroachment, be prepared to donate a little blood to the blackberries if you decide to ride it! Lots of evening shade and a little cooler down by the water. Great trail!
Show Trail
May 21, 2023 @ 1:43am
May 21, 2023
Trail 76
Apr 5, 2022 @ 5:51pm
Apr 5, 2022
Pretend like you are on a motorcycle. It is loose and rough, but fun when you let the brakes go and fly.
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  • By ReddingRider RTA & contributors
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