Pine Hollow (047) Details
This trail is cardio crazy to climb. It starts out a bit rough, but not too bad, even rolls a bit over some sharp but stable rocks and is fun. Once it starts really climbing up into Pine Hollow it is a straight line and all ride-able but steep. There are 2 root drops, one is small and you can hop up it even. The other is a bit bigger and the landing can be a bit narrow and washed out, but it is fun to hit on the way down. You cross a little stream when you are almost to the top. It is a really fun descent, and a great way to drop off the mountain and back to the trail head. If you parked lower down, you can continue on the lower section.
Winter - this is a popular descent after climbing up the road. The lower section is sun exposed and can get muddy and icy early and late in the season, but once into the hollow snow stays around for along time. Because it is the first single track from the trailhead it gets good foot traffic and will get packed down pretty well. The packed snow typically ends at the Salamander flat intersection
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More Stats for Pine Hollow (047) mountain bike trail
Altitude change820 ft
Altitude min1.3 miles
Altitude max1.4 miles
Altitude start1.3 miles
Altitude end1.4 miles
Distance climb5,009 ft
Distance down1,079 ft
Avg reverse time00:09:06
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Pine Hollow (047) Trail Reports
May 15, 2017 @ 1:45pmMay 15, 2017
|reporter Closed under the USFS Spring Wet Trails Closure edict.|
Dec 22, 2016 @ 2:57pmDec 22, 2016
Dec 4, 2016 @ 12:12pmDec 4, 2016
Jun 3, 2016 @ 1:28pmJun 3, 2016
|Trails are open and good to go!|
May 9, 2016 @ 1:17pmMay 9, 2016
|The trails up AF Canyon are now officially under the Spring wet trails closure. Here's the email notice from Ranger Cheryl: "Hi all, It is...|
Routes with this trail
|Fatbike Prime Route||8.8 miles|
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