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Seaman Gulch Loop

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Tech
Views
Traffic
Shade
Usage
Biking, Hiking
Dogs Friendly?
Yes
Length
2.2 mimiles
ElvElevation
558'
Rating
Last Report
AKA Hero Dirt. Yes, your ideal conditions that you want to hit up first before any of your friends find out. Sure you want to keep it low key, but be a good trail steward and let your buddies know its time to shred.

Seaman Gulch is like a mini model of Polecat Gulch: a self-contained system of smooth bench-cut singletrack. Because the loops are fairly short and it lacks connection to other trail systems, Seaman Gulch isn’t very popular for mountain biking, and instead tends to be used by hikers and joggers from nearby neighborhoods.

Recent Trail Reports

  • Oxenkiller March 13, 2020 at 1:06 pmDry and firm, no mud. In perfect condition for that early-spring, easy first ride of the season.
  • docmatt November 29, 2018 at 8:17 pmFew muddy spots in shaded or low areas, but okay to ride.
  • Axel Weiss November 25, 2018 at 8:37 amThis is about as good as it gets. As of 4pm yesterday, zero mud, packed trails, less sandy than usual.
  • r2rtrails March 8, 2018 at 12:26 pmMuddy sections in spots with other sections of dry trail.
  • r2rtrails February 21, 2018 at 1:52 pmGood conditions today. Dry overall with small pockets of soft, muddy spots in the low points.
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Trail Reports Seaman Gulch Loop

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  1. Oxenkiller says:

    Dry and firm, no mud. In perfect condition for that early-spring, easy first ride of the season.

  2. docmatt says:

    Few muddy spots in shaded or low areas, but okay to ride.

  3. Axel Weiss says:

    This is about as good as it gets. As of 4pm yesterday, zero mud, packed trails, less sandy than usual.

  4. r2rtrails says:

    Muddy sections in spots with other sections of dry trail.

  5. r2rtrails says:

    Good conditions today. Dry overall with small pockets of soft, muddy spots in the low points.

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