Argentine Trail

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Head up the very rough and continuously steep jeep road, FSR 611. If you see the exit of the Argentine Trail on the way up, ignore it; this is where you'll come back out. After about 2 1/2 miles on FSR 611, look for a jeep road doubling back to the left. Take it up to a full switchback to the right and further up to a switchback left and finally, at the next right turn, you will see the singletrack heading west. The trail meanders on rolling terrain for a while before making a brutal climb to the top of Argentine Peak. Then its a white knuckle descent back to FSR 611 and then back to the car. For a great 15 mile route starting in town, simply follow the Ice Rink to Blue River route and, after reaching the dirt road, follow it south until a left on Royal, left on Regal and left on Coronet. Where the Blue River Trail meets the dirt road, there is a doubletrack that connects up with Coronet, but it is a vicious climb and best saved for a downhill on the return.
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  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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July 5, 2013
John Fisch Epic  
Review: This is more of a character builder than a fun ride. The slog up the jeep road is relentless. The Argentine trail itself is open to motos, so much of the climb is a rocky, sandy, exceptionally steep rut. Fortunately, the descent down the west side is less rutted and has some flow, but it's anything but groomed for mountain biking. I wouldn't recommend doing this for the Argentine trail alone, but you can get a great ride with a little of everything by doing this as an add on to the Ice Rink/Blue River Trail. If you do, bring some snacks--even though its only 15 miles, you'll burn some calories.

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