Červená Hlína DH Details
Voted DifficultyBlue (1 vote)
Bike typeDH, AM
Trail UsageBiking Primary
DirectionDownhill OnlyPopular direction shown
TTFs on trailBerm, Drop, Jump, Gap Jump
A fairly challenging trail suitable for full-suspension bikes. Starts at Červená Hlína hill near Černolice and ends at a small public park with a pond in Všenory. Difficult by "average trail" standards, easy/intermediate by DH track standards. Starts off with a few small kickers to flat and a small drop, a very rocky section and some turns before heading out to the steepest part. That contains more rocks, plus roots and steep switchbacks. After that it's much flatter and generally faster, with almost no rocks. The trail ends with a pair of large table jumps.
The only wooden feature - the drop at the beginning - gets often vandalised; be careful when approaching without checking it out first.
Part of the trail has been created before 2010. In 2010/2011 a group of riders did an overhaul and added a new section (see links). Since then the trail has remained mostly the same.
Hike-a-bike from the bottom (pretty exhausting), or uphill tarmac ride (or shuttle) from Všenory to Černolice. In Černolice, head north to the football field (U Hřiště street), there you'll find a trailhead going up to the Červená Hlína summit.
This trail is Unsanctioned, Ride at your own Risk!
More Stats for Červená Hlína DH mountain bike trail
Altitude change-747 ft
Altitude min781 ft
Altitude max1,527 ft
Altitude start1,527 ft
Altitude end781 ft
Distance climb21 ft
Distance down5,156 ft
Distance flat212 ft
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
Červená Hlína DH Trail Reports
Aug 6, 2017 @ 2:05pmAug 6, 2017
Mar 18, 2016 @ 3:17amMar 18, 2016
|Trail is clear of leaves and branches.|
Dec 6, 2015 @ 2:00pmDec 6, 2015
|All jumps repaired as of today, including the wooden drop, some upper sections are improved too. Lower 2/3 are in the same shape as always (fine).|
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