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Trabuco Trail - Blue Jay Campground  (California)      19k views  
        

Route Overview

Overall:  7.9
Technical:  7.6
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Bigger out and backout and back
 
Distance: 25.1 miles
Ascent: 3,950 feet
Time: 3:20 minutes
 
 
Ladder Points +87
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Challenging climbs, both up Trabuco Trail, then from Blue Jay Campground back again to the top of Trabuco Trail. The descent down Trabuco is top notch, the scenery is spectacular.


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Finish Times
PlaceNameBest Time  SpeedCompleted
1
 Route Creator 
4:42:395.3 mph1 
2
 Jake c('.'c) 
4:01:006.2 mph1 
3
 slowbutsteady 
3:42:186.8 mph1 
4
 Shake Dust 
3:40:006.8 mph1 
5
 TomG 
3:37:326.9 mph1 
6
 quad damage 
3:36:356.9 mph1 
7
 A bit more technical 
3:35:567.0 mph1 
8
 Hermit 
3:35:007.0 mph1 
9
 ThinkFast 
3:35:007.0 mph1 
10
 Winger 
3:35:007.0 mph1 
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  Route Comments
stillracing7202/24/10
what a great ride to start off after a long break switch backs felt like they would never end but felt good thanks kurt and the group
 
stillracing7202/24/10
down hill from blue jay was awesome the switch backs and the fire road some call the wall was one heck of a climb dont forget plenty of tubes i will be bringing an extra tire next time also cut a sidewall too big for the stans to seal the scenery was beautiful a must do ride
 
TomG02/19/10
Tough hall up trabuco with the rocks but a nice day to ride.
 
MCAFS08/30/09
LOTS OF ANKLE BITING POISON OAK ON TRABUCO. TEMPS PUSHING 100, SUMMER IS FINALLY HERE. I'M READY FOR THE RAIN. I DON'T KNOW HOW PEOPLE IN ARIZONA STAND IT. ONE WEEK OF HEAT AND I'M DONE.
 
MCAFS08/11/09
Linked with a trip down and back up San Juan Trail to Blue Jay Campground. Bring lots of fluid and food for this one. 45 miles and 8000 feet of elevation.
 
JEROEN BOSBOOM06/04/09
A warriors society trail cleanup ride. we cleared several large tree limbs blocking the trail or about to. the oak is growing fast!
 
S.L.O. Phil05/04/08
met Tom. good guy, solid climber. Roy - add that to the new route list. Getting closer to doing the Super Loop. Going up Trabuco was fun. There are more loose sections, but there's plenty of shade doing it in the morning. Yes, the climb from BlueJay is steep, but it's short.
 
GoneRiding05/04/08
Great ride w/ Phil and Roy! Thanks for scheduling this one Roy! Good to meet you Phil. Fun cruise over to BlueJay. Saw a bunch of campers over there.
 
Royster7105/04/08
Nice ride saw the cave on the way there. There was a salamander in front of it. Climbing Trabuco wasnt to bad. On section was pretty loose. Always good riding with you Phil. Nice riding with you again Tom. Forgot to bring the direction that was a small hiccup. I think the wall from Holy Jim is worse than the one from Blue Jay. Thats a cool camp ground It would be nice to go back there with a tent.
 
Jake c('.'c)04/09/08
Tough climbs! This is one of the toughest routes I've done in a while. Saw a sign at Blue Jay warning MTBers about a 50k run on April 12th. It's called the Old Goat Foot race. Avoid San Juan this Saturday!
 
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