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Tibble Fork #41

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3.1 mile 4.9 kilometer point to point
77% Runnable
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Elevation

Ascent: 7' 2 m
Descent: -1,614' -492 m
High: 8,061' 2,457 m
Low: 6,447' 1,965 m

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Avg Grade: 10% (6°)
Max Grade: 33% (18°)

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Trail shared by Leslie Kehmeier

A fun option for those who like a rowdy and fun descent with roots, rocks, twists and turns.

Leslie Kehmeier

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This is an OHV area and the trails can be rutted, eroded, and there can be quite a lot of traffic; not always awesome for running.

Description

Tibble Fork #41 is a lot of fun if you like challenging downhills.

From the intersection of South Fork of Little Deer Creek Trail #252 and Ridge Trail #157, the trail begins with great views of the surrounding mountains. From there, the route is a steady descent through a mix of forest and open meadows. About midway through, the trail crosses the Mud Springs #173 trail.

Tibble Fork ends with a series of switchbacks, bringing you to its namesake reservoir.

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