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Skills and learning area. The area includes
Manual Practice Trainers
3 drops increasing in size- 8", 16" and 30" drops.
Progress Report - Tabletop Jumpline with a 10ft, 13ft. 14ft and 15ft table. The 15ft jump has an optional 20ft takeoff.
AGDH - Beginner downhill with a rock garden and small rock drops.
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Picnic area with bike and backpack hangers.
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EMBA (evergreenmtb.org)

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      Progress Report jumpline
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      May 3, 2019
      hitting the optional 20' at the end.

      3 Comments

      • + 1
       I've ridden all over Summit Ridge and have never seen the Skilz Area. Please if someone knows where this area is can you proved some directions. What trail head is it near? Much appreciate any information as I love riding these trails!
      • + 1
       From the main parking lot, take a right towards the summit ridge trails, then a right again at the signpost. Go to the end of the trail and you'll see the skills area
      • + 1
       @remnant44: Awesome, thanks for the info!





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