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Holy Trail

Average Rating:    (5 of 5)

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A fairly technical trail with several fast portions. The first section is a series of TIGHT switchbacks and deep ravines so walk if you're in doubt. Several clearings midway through the trail are perfect rest areas. If you look carefully, the Holy Trail branches off in several clearings.
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Trail Directions
From South Superhighway, exit at Santa Rosa and head towards Tagaytay. Turn right upon reaching the end of the Sta. Rosa Rd., go past the rotunda and Mendez Market. Park outside the empty subdivision around 2 km past the Nasugbu welcome arch. From here, ride BACK TOWARDS Tagaytay--keep on the right (lake) side--until you're nearly at the top of the hill. A small trail will be visible on the right, lined by a hollow-block wall on its left. From the road, it looks like a trail that goes straight down because that's just what it is.
Trail Length
9 km.
Trail Level
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Review Date
August 11, 2003

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Aerobic Difficulty
 3 of 5

Technical Difficulty
 4 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a month

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Reviewed by: dixden ,  Downhiller

This trail is so great…plenty of surprises. The trail starts with plenty of switchbacks combined with steepness giving you only a 1 ½ ft. width trail of movement. Highly technical and adrenaline seeking path. You would expect deep galleys from the track since it’s a horse path and rain water path during wet season. You would expect a lot of endos if you get too careless and fast, but why bother when it’s fun…just don’t forget you protective gears.

The trail offers almost all variety of challenges. I’ve tried it dusty during summer season, wet during rainy season and muddy during long rainy days.

I always take time to enjoy mother nature during resting period. Well just be careful of horse, cattle and dogs when biking downhill coz they sometimes love watching you coming near them and might kick you off road or bite your arse pretty bad.

And expect a lot of pushing bikes up hills.. there are lots of them.

Recommended Route:
I would recommend you to stay with the track. Coordinate with regular bikers to guide you through the trail.. There are dozens of options and most of them might lead you somewhere called LOST. And try it wet and dry..."When it's wet, it is slippery and it.s dengerously fun( for advence riders only)

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