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Nine Mile Trail - The Descent   (5.80km)

Pilot WildernessLast Update: 5/5/2016
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Video Uploaded: 21/4/2016

Difficulty - Advanced
Slope - Steep - Near vertical
Space - Open - Extreme Caution
Surface - Dirt - Gravel - Heavy leaf and branch litter - Loose rocks on dirt - Loose rocks on rock - Rock - Rutted - Sand
Trail type - Double track - Firetrail

Notes:

The Pilot Wilderness ride is a 57km ride from Dead Horse Gap to the Pinch Campground.  This descent starts at about the 50km mark so by the time you get to this crazy descent you're well and truly stuffed.

You could climb up it of course, if walking up 1000 vertical metres over just 5.8km is your thing?  It may be quicker to ride in from the other end !!

The video paints a pretty accurate picture of what you can expect.  Some really fun fast fire trail, some really crazy steep and loose fire trail and some even steeper and even looser fire trail.

This is an advanced descent and despite being fire trail is one of the most physically challenging rides I've ever been on.

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Comments:

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