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Landslide

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Biking, Hiking
Dogs Friendly?
Yes
Length
2.3 mimiles
ElvElevation
560'
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Please don’t ride muddy trails. This makes a LOT more work for folks who would rather be building new trails, than fixing your ruts.

Landslide is a fun new (as of 2019) loop off of Red Trail Trail in the Hidden Springs area. On a bike it’s pumpy and swoopy, with a few banked turns and a little sprinkling of rocks here and there. Try to do it without getting Fleetwood Mac in your head, I dare you.

Recent Trail Reports

  • Axel Weiss September 13, 2019 at 11:27 amThis is one of the best additions in the Ridge to Rivers network. While none of the trails in R2R’s system are designated as directional, there should be some starting with Landslide. This trail should most definitely be ridden counterclockwise. The climb up Red Tail is relatively steady with a few steeper sections, but the descent down Landslide is so worth it! To ride this trail clockwise is to do a disservice to the trail. Besides, Red Tail is an uninspiring downhill. Again, while it is well within anyone’s rights to ride this trail in either direction, do yourself (and everyone) an favor- ride it counterclockwise!
  • ch1012 June 8, 2019 at 12:51 pmThis new trail is a great addition to the area near Hidden Springs. We rode it in a clockwise direction, starting from the Currant Creek bridge. The area closest to the creek is a bit rocky but then the trail smooths out and ascends gradually, eventually meeting Red Tail for the descent. The loop is 5.4 miles long and well worth the effort.
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  1. Axel Weiss says:

    This is one of the best additions in the Ridge to Rivers network. While none of the trails in R2R’s system are designated as directional, there should be some starting with Landslide.
    This trail should most definitely be ridden counterclockwise. The climb up Red Tail is relatively steady with a few steeper sections, but the descent down Landslide is so worth it!
    To ride this trail clockwise is to do a disservice to the trail. Besides, Red Tail is an uninspiring downhill.
    Again, while it is well within anyone’s rights to ride this trail in either direction, do yourself (and everyone) an favor- ride it counterclockwise!

  2. ch1012 says:

    This new trail is a great addition to the area near Hidden Springs. We rode it in a clockwise direction, starting from the Currant Creek bridge. The area closest to the creek is a bit rocky but then the trail smooths out and ascends gradually, eventually meeting Red Tail for the descent. The loop is 5.4 miles long and well worth the effort.

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