Difficulty ratingBlack Diamond
Locals can't seems to decide if this is called 'Jedi' or 'Can I'. So keep that in mind before riding these two trails.
Park at the Shultz Pass lot, then take Shultz Creek down to your first intersection. Hang a left and climb up Little Gnarly. When you hit the field take your right onto the Dry Lakes trail, and take the next right onto Jedi.
You'll have some open fun sections, then it will get steeper and more technical. This isn't all downhill, you'll have to put some pedal strokes in, but if you're looking for fun technical, with some fast parts, this is perfect.
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More Stats for Jedi mountain bike trail
Altitude change-311 ft
Altitude min1.5 miles
Altitude max1.6 miles
Altitude start1.6 miles
Altitude end1.5 miles
Distance climb3,398 ft
Distance down4,756 ft
Distance flat534 ft
Avg reverse time00:57:14
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Jedi Trail Reports
May 20, 2017 @ 7:42pmMay 20, 2017
|The trail is shreddy|
Apr 22, 2017 @ 10:25amApr 22, 2017
|Some of the drops need work and there's a couple patches of snow but all in all rideable|
Apr 13, 2016 @ 7:15pmApr 13, 2016
|Pretty much all good! One or two very small snow patches but they'll probably be gone within a matter of days.|
Sep 2, 2015 @ 10:29pmSep 2, 2015
Routes with this trail
|RMan Leg 15||16.0 miles|
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