Jacob's Ladder!! Intermediate through advanced riders come join WomenMTB for a ride down Jacob's Ladder in Corner Canyon! No beginners please, this is a technical route and we will most likely end in the dark, so bring your lights!
Ride Leaders: Nat & Gina
Trail: Jacob's Ladder
Trail Description: We will be riding up Anne's, up Peak View, then down Jacob's Ladder, and return via Anne's. This trail is about 7.5 miles long with approxiamtely 1200 feet of climbing. Jacob's Ladder is an expert rated downhill trail that has some rocky sections, a few loose sections, and tight switch backs at the bottom, definitely NOT beginner friendly. For more trail info: http://www.utahmountainbiking.com/trails/idx-SLC-south.htm
Bring: LIGHTS!!! (make sure it is charged), a jacket, water, a snack, spare tube, helmet, etc... I have tried riding with just a headlamp in the past. It kind of works, but I HIGHLY encourage you to have an actual bike light.
Directions to Trailhead: Potato Hill parking lot (off of Traverse Ridge road near Corner Canyon). Link to parking lot: https://www.trailforks.com/poi/855/
Find me: Contact Nat Pin Holden on FB with questions. I drive a white Grand Cherokee, black bike, teal helmet. See you soon!
As a WomenMTB Club group ride, you can find ride information on the WomenMTB Facebook page.
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