Capital Hill Details
This is an awesome ridge top single track that has a lot of flow. Also the site of the largest huckleberries I've ever found. This is a great way to hit the Evolution trail and then Jewel Gulch for a long descent.
I-90 exit 57. You can park at the base of 2 Mile Road, head up 2 Mile Road, which becomes NF-271 when you leave the pavement. The road is very rough, rocky, and at times steep. Continue past the Beef Camp trail head and up to the 2Mile saddle about 3.8 miles and 1,400 feet of climbing into the ride. Take a left onto NF-242, continue about .8 miles and take a left onto NF-2322 just past the powerline. You'll see the unmarked trail head leaving the road at a 90 angle just before where the road switchbacks. You are there.
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More Stats for Capital Hill mountain bike trail
Altitude change-618 ft
Altitude min4,512 ft
Altitude max5,130 ft
Altitude start5,130 ft
Altitude end4,512 ft
Distance climb1,113 ft
Distance down5,170 ft
Distance flat572 ft
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
Capital Hill Trail Reports
Oct 21, 2018 @ 12:03pm15 hours
|Only 1 tree across trail. Watch for loose rock on steep parts.|
Jul 19, 2018 @ 11:55amJul 19, 2018
|reporter All clear, and riding well.|
Sep 14, 2017 @ 8:27amSep 14, 2017
|Dry and lose.|
Jul 26, 2016 @ 2:56pmJul 26, 2016
|reporter Trail is clear, huckleberries are prime!|
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