Linking the north mountain biking area with the south ridge line, this trail can be a challenge for riders without a descent amount of trail riding experience and good physical condition (for the climbing). Whether riding north-to-south (the recommended direction) or south-to-north you'll be doing a good amount of descending and then a lot of climbing. Sometimes a trail exists because there's no other alternative to get from Point A to Point B. This is an example of that since limited options crossing large drainage with boundary of park and area of land slide steep slopes serving as the "rock and a hard place" which forced route of this trail. Builders did best they could to not make this too nighmarish and its actually a very fun challenge for those that enjoy a bit of hardcore climbing.
There's some cool wooden bridges thru an area on the south slope of Link'n'Pin.
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More Stats for Link'n'Pin mountain bike trail
Altitude change-49 ft
Altitude min1,050 ft
Altitude max1,184 ft
Altitude start1,184 ft
Altitude end1,134 ft
Distance climb450 ft
Distance down856 ft
Distance flat77 ft
Avg reverse time00:20:49
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Link'n'Pin Trail Reports
Jun 30, 2017 @ 9:23amJun 30, 2017
Apr 12, 2017 @ 12:47amApr 12, 2017
|reporter Fallen trees and branches from windstorm cleared on Saturday by NWTA work party. No obstructions. Thanks NWTA volunteers! Continuing wet...|
Mar 27, 2017 @ 10:42pmMar 27, 2017
|reporter Link'n'Pin bridge is now open for riding!! THANK YOU NWTA, OPRD, and all the volunteers who turned out to complete the bridge approaches and...|
Mar 24, 2017 @ 10:14pmMar 24, 2017
|reporter More trail work to improve tread in advance of 3/25 bridge work party. More muddy and soft spots removed, trail out-sloped and knicked for better...|
Mar 19, 2017 @ 9:24pmMar 19, 2017
|Trail work to improve tread in advance of 3/25 work party. Fallen tree blocking trail removed. Multiple sections knicked and cupping berms...|
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