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El Moro: Redtail Ridge - Rattlesnake  (California)      35k views  
          Route creator Terry Best  

Route Overview

Overall:  6.3
Technical:  6.3
Bigger counter-clockwise loopcounter-clockwise
Distance: 9.9 miles
Ascent: 1,397 feet
Time: 1:20 minutes
Ladder Points +31
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Begin this counter-clockwise loop at the lower gate in the El Moro Wilderness parking lot. A brief jaunt up the El Moro Canyon fire road sets you up for some climbing up East Cut-Across Rd and El Moro Ridge. Follow the perimeter "Fenceline" singletrack which serves as an appetizer for the main course, Redtail Ridge singletrack. Great loop with some decent climbing for a great workout. Don't miss this loop as it capitalizes the park's two best singletracks.

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  Route Comments
TAV today. Weather was nice and cool, but not freezing. Trails in good shape. Lots of hikers out.
After work ride. No hurry here.
Ran into a bobcat on Mach One yesterday.
Two Tired03/07/11
Rode last Tuesday. Forgot to post until now. Trails had dried up and were perfectly tacky but not muddy at all. Not sure now with the rain.
Had the whole park to myself.
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