Breeden Ridge Trail
ElevationAscent: 188' 57 m
Descent: -303' -92 m
High: 794' 242 m
Low: 585' 178 m
GradeAvg Grade: 3% (2°)
Max Grade: 10% (6°)
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“O'Bannon Woods newest Signature Trail - Rocky, rolling ridge lines and ravines.”— Pete Kemppainen
Breeden Ridge begins with a classic hand-built segment leading into a rocky section with a number of optional lines. Past the rocks, the new machine built trail begins, with a rolling climb to the top of Breeden Ridge. A stair-step segment through the rocks leads toward the top of the ridge.
Once at the top of the ridge, the trail twists, and winds, with a number of berms and rollers, and descends through a challenging, rocky staircase toward more berms, rollers, and rock features. The trail climbs toward a small woodland pond--the highest point on the trail. From the pond, a series of twisting turns leads into some mountain biking features, before reaching a horse trail crossing.
Past the ridge line horse crossing, the trail begins to descend toward Potato Run, with another series of features popular with mountain bikers, as it drops down into the valley.
Use caution while approaching the horse trails, and yield to horseback riders, if present.
With a twisting climb up the other side of the creek, the trail begins to level out, with another series of bike features, before joining the Potato Run Trail.
A left at the trail junction will return the user up Potato Run toward the campground while a right turn will allow the user to continue toward the bottom of the Group Camp Trail.
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Land Manager: Indiana State Parks