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Level: Intermediate
Length: 10 mi (16.1 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +221/201 ft
Total: 76 riders
 

Mountain Biking Greer Ranch / 215 Trail

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#117 of 997 mountain bike trails in California
#1,521 in the world

A large network of trails off the 215 freeway

First added by Kcanine on May 2, 2017. Last updated Oct 20, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: no
  • Night riding: yes
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: no
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: no
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Getting there
From Clinton Keith; exit from 215, head east on Clinton Keith. turn left on to WhiteWood then left onto Baxter and right onto Antelope. turn left onto Keller, after going under freeway turn left again onto Scenic View Dr. drive up a bit then park. From Scott Rd; exit 215 onto Scott heading east. turn right onto Antelope then right onto Keller, go under freeway turn left onto Scenic View Dr. drive up a bit then park.
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  • ctsemrow
    ****

    Pretty easy climb in. Good speed and a lot of opportunities for air. Had my first digger on this one though but can't wait to hit it again.

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  • jeffcmtb
    *****

    Whether you are new to jumping, want to improve your skills, or are already addicted to getting air, Jumping Mouse is a great trail. Flows really nice. Access via very doable fire road climb. Jumps are passable or rollable, but then again the jumps are why you're there. Easy to start and stop again. Definitely a trail to add to your list.

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  • lhogue
    *****

    Great So Cal network. Lots of fast, flows sections with some nice bumps and doubles spaces throughout. Rock gardens are all easily rideable and don't detract from the speed of the trail. Great place if you got an hour or if you wanna go for 4. Not a lot of climbing, but leaves your legs ready to react on the downs and jumps.

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  • caleb4810
    *****

    Such a fun trail! It's definitely not a trail for "Walmart Bike" it's got good climb and some technical sections. Coming down was a blast. I would be going back to explorer different route.
    The view at the top was magnificent!!!!

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  • brian.angulo
    *****

    Good trails, tech, chunky, decent jump lines, and some nice fast sections. Trails have been worked on since the last rains. Will definitely be going back.

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  • jeremy0613
    Reviewing Double D:
    *

    I was forever seeing several people at this trail from the freeway s, I gave it a shot. There was an awful lot of trash around on the trail. I half expected to find some needles or a body lying around. It's very short and not very entertaining. If your in the area looking for a ride, just a few miles down Clinton Keith you can ride a really long complex trail on the Santa Rosa Plateau.

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  • BBelfield
    ***

    Good trail network if you're local, I didn't think it was worth the drive but it was overhyped to me. I will definitely come back after some rain. It seems like the trail builders know what they're doing but the trails are not in good shape right now. I think I have a different definition of "jumps" then a lot of reviewers as well. Can ride everything out here with a hardtail no problem.

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  • Kcanine
    *****

    Extremely fast flowy trail! most of all jumps can be bypassed if your not into air time, if your are you will have a ton of fun on this trail

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  • Kcanine
    Reviewing Double D:
    *****

    Great beginner trail and warm up trail.
    this short trail has a little bit of everything, beginners will be able to roll over all the jump bumps and they are a good size to start learning to jump (note there is one drop at the beginning of the trail, so unless your a darning beginner just walk it). for more advance riders this is a great warm up trail in the 215 trail system.

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  • Kcanine
    Reviewing Monk Dawg:
    ****

    Great trail! it a bit of a walk to get up to the start but a fun ride down! this is not a beginner trail: it has tight switch backs (witch can be sandy), some drop offs, and jumps that will lunch you. the first part of the trail is pretty steep and one side is a cliff so make sure to stick to the trail.

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  • Kcanine
    *****

    Awesome trails have not ridden all yet but I've don Monk Dawg, Double D, and Jumping Mouse trail. All great trails and will be going back to ride some more.

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