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Machasan Trail Details
All of the trails in the Dongducheon Area can be accessed from the line 1 train and the Boson station. You could ask for folks at he Bike Story bike shop in the Boson area. The shop owner is part and also has sponsored the Korean and American riding club called the Casey Riders which started back in 2008.
This trail is called the Machasan trail. You can access this trail for the river that runs through Dongducheon city.
You can start from the Bike Story Bike shop in the Boson are just outside Camp Casey, or you can start from the Boson train station.
The trail has an initial climb to the trail head that is a moderate climb along the access road. Once you get to the trail head it is all single track at that point. The trail consists of some loose sandstone dirt, mostly hard packed and rooty down hill sections. At the end f the trail is the most technical, with a sort flowing drop form a series of rock gardens then descends in to fast long line down a drainage chute out to the hard ball road bringing you back to the Dongducheon city area. I will post more trails in the near future.
Here is a list of other trails in the area
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More Stats for Machasan Trail bike trail
Altitude change-153 ft
Altitude min201 ft
Altitude start377 ft
Altitude end224 ft
Distance climb3 miles
Distance down4 miles
Distance flat4,727 ft
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
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