007 (Fifth) Details
There are five main sections of the 007 trail. The fire road crosses the trail in multiple locations and there are several short trails to tie in at various points along the ride. This makes it easy to ride as many sections of the trail as you would like.
007 (First) is a fast and fun descent. It flows very well with the exception of the rut at the bottom. There are a couple of rock sections at the top but nothing too significant. The erosion ruts toward the bottom of this section of the trail pose some tight lines that require precision.
007 (Second) is essentially a long and chunky rock garden. It's not super steep, so carrying speed is a must through the rocks. This will challenge intermediate riders, but is a lot of fun for experienced riders.
007 (Third) has a bit of climbing at the beginning with some great flowing singletrack in the middle. The end of this section has two different exits, one to the left that is more flowy, or to the right where there is a very steep and technical rock garden.
007 (Fourth) is a mix of climbing and descending that includes one elevator shaft pitch up and a granite creek crossing. The trail ends with a fun flowing descent with some pump track style bumps and crosses Francis Junction to the top of 007 (Third).
007 (Fifth) is a mix of granite slab riding, steep rock gardens, and fast, flowy, singletrack.
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More Stats for 007 (Fifth) mountain bike trail
Altitude change-345 ft
Altitude min5,518 ft
Altitude start5,867 ft
Altitude end5,522 ft
Distance climb649 ft
Distance down3,172 ft
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
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