Come join us for our second WomenMTB morning group ride on one of the most popular trails in Utah. The fall colors will be amazing and the company will be even better.
Ride Leaders: Danita, Brandee & Lauren
Trail: The Crest via Mill D
Trail Description: Big Rack Shuttle will take us to the top of Guardsman. The Crest trail via Mill D is 10 miles long with 758 vertical feet of climbing. The first 1.5 miles is a fun flow section through the trees to get you warmed up for puke hill. This is a steady strenuous climb followed by rolling hills to recover before meeting up with the Red Dragon. This section has 3 smaller climbs in the beautiful red dirt. You will be welcomed with an amazing view when you get to the top and then a short distance to the spine. From this point it is all downhill (YAY)!! I recommend wearing knee and elbow pads if you have them. This is a fast technical decent through the trees with roots and rocks (intermediate/expert). This is a no-drop group ride so nobody will be left behind. Come prepared with plenty of food, water, patch kit, extra tube, etc.
Meet: We will meet at the Mill D parking lot in Big Cottonwood Canyon at 9:30 am, shuttle leaves promptly at 9:45 am. Please be early so we can get everyone's bikes loaded on the shuttle. We should be back at the Mill D lot between 12:30 and 1:00 pm.
Please book your seat on the shuttle at: https://book.peek.com/s/083a3840-e634-46de-8f7b-ff7ce39ece7e/rd1X--5947624562559820f4000002?mode=standalone
Big Rack is giving us a great deal @ $5.oo per person!! Seating is limited to 13 so please get your seat reserved!!
Pin to trailhead: https://goo.gl/maps/ddnQCePSczP2
Find me: Look for Danita in the white Toyota Tacoma. If you have any questions you can call or text Danita at 801.403.7241.
As a WomenMTB Club group ride, you can find ride information on the WomenMTB Facebook page.
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