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sloppy jaloppy

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ranges from steep climbs to flat and then seriously fast and narrow down hills. for extra fun take a right about 1 mile down the paved road at the end of the trail and enjoy a little more fir road downhill.
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Trail Directions
go out pacific way to lone oak rd and then go up it until you go around the back sid and see the national mountains. take a left on north columbia heights rd. and follow it to the wooden powerlines. ride through the field and stay left until you get to a gravel road and go down it until you see a service road on the left. do the short climb and then enter the trails on the right tree line at the top of the hill. the trail ends on the back side of lexington.( 5 miles north of longview.
Trail Length
enough about 45 min ride
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Review Date
May 28, 2004

Overall Rating
 2 of 5

Aerobic Difficulty
 2 of 5

Technical Difficulty
 4 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Every few months

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Reviewed by: thor-the-berserker ,  Downhiller

Folks, Please get permission from the land owner before riding this trail. Like many of the local trails, this trail was created by local kids on motorcycles. It since has been laid to rest as an ORV trail, due to homeowners and residents complaining about the noise. They have every right to, as both the beginning and the end of this trail are on private property, with no right-of-way that I am aware of. Please respect the environment and the trail.
The trail is pretty short, with a couple very technical, steep and rutted decents. Some off shoot trails have been put in with little slalom-like courses. The climbs are hike a bike. period. Not that they couldn't be climbed, but I haven't seen it yet. The trail is sloppy muddy most of the year. After it drys out, most of the trail is covered by stinging nettles. As a trail, you work pretty hard for the benefit you get out of it. I do it occationally because I get tired of the other local trails, but it really isn't that great.

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