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April 13, 2016 Bob’s Basin Trail Conditions Report

Stealth Glenwild Trail

It’s Prime-time at Bob’s Basin!

Got out for a ride on Bob’s Basin / Lower Glenwild last night and the dirt is absolutely prime-time! However, with the pending snow/rain combo that’s on the way, we recommend hitting it sooner than later.

Recommended Bob’s Basin Ride Options:

1. Start from Spring Creek trailhead. Ride up the front-side switchbacks and take 24-7 across to Dropout. Loop up Fink Again and drop back down Crazy 8’s. Climb up Fink Again and take 24-7 to Stealth to descend back down where you started.

View Ride on Strava

2. Another fun option is essentially the opposite of #1, starting from the East Canyon Creek Trailhead (behind the school). Ride up Fink Again and 24-7 across to Stealth. Head back up the front-side Glenwild switchbacks and cut back across 24-7 to Bob’s Basin. Descend Dropout and keep looping Fink Again with Dropout, Crazy 8’s or Ant Farm until your heart’s content.

Lastly, please remember to be courteous to fellow trail users. With the limited inventory of dry singletrack in town, the trails are sure to be busy with people just like you out enjoying the spring weather. There’s no reason to be an agro jerk as absolutely no one (not even your mother) gives a shit about your Strava time. Smile, slow down, and say hi regardless of who has the right-of-way.

About the author


Alex is a designer by trade & mid-grade adventurer by night who’s quite partial to knobby tired bikes, clean design, & dirty hands. When not updating this silly website, he's likely off exploring the nearby hills with a few of his favorite partners in crime.

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