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EXT Trail

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Length
0.5 miles
Elevation.
200' ↑
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Trail Description

03.14.2022 per USFS: Trail is closed for thinning of trees and mastication and/or mowing of brush and small trees. Trail closures will be in place on Mondays beginning at 12:00 a.m. through Fridays until 3 p.m. Trails will be open to the public beginning Fridays at 3:01 p.m. through Sundays until 11:59 p.m. and all Federal holidays. Trail closures will remain in place until work is completed in the area. The public will be notified when the trails reopen.

 E-bikes NOT allowed on EXT


EXT Trail is a brand spanking new trail which paralells the 300 road. It connects Ben’s Trail to Phil’s Trail. Lower Whoops and Pinedrops both connect to EXT Trail.

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    1. Grace Ogawa says:

      Lovely tacky snow this morning… hopefully will hold over the weekend. Bring out your fat bike and get some!

    2. Jimmy Thefly says:

      Zero down trees, great dirt this morning.

    3. Tim Maddux says:

      Riding great as of 5/11 and 5/12. No snow, no standing water.

    4. Brian Thomas Coop says:

      Short firm snow patch where it intersects with Helipad, but no mud.

    5. Vlad S says:

      Rutted and rocky but as good as the road is gonna get!

    6. Jon Skyline says:

      April 3rd. Great to ride a trail instead of the 300. I say it be renamed to; It’s about time! thanks to those that created it. some big muddy spots and a few yards of snow near the end.

    7. Joel Blatt says:

      Thanks for adding this. Nice to have quick bridge/connector trail.

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