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Level: Advanced
Length: 9 mi (14.5 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Other
Elevation: +155/1 ft
Total: 0 riders

Mountain Biking Patrick Ridge #860

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#152 of 265 mountain bike trails in Montana
#13,702 in the world

Marston/Dickey and Patrick Ridge Trails share the same trailhead. Patrick Ridge is the fork to the left. This trail has some stellar views, but keep you focus on the narrow trail. Much of this trail is cut into very steep hillside and has some technical features (some hidden in underbrush) that can throw you if you don't pay attention. Riding surface varies from loose ashy soil from the 2015 burn, to rooty sections and rock gardens. There are a few small stream crossings and some extremely tight switchbacks to negotiate.

First added by Eddie Benton on Aug 22, 2017. Last updated Apr 19, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
To shuttle to the top; from HWY 93, take Mount Marston Rd (NFS Rd 900) to the top. Follow the signs to Marston Lookout. The bottom end dumps out on Patrick Ridge Rd (NFS Rd 7006).
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(on Jan 1, 1970)
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  • Eddie Benton

    Very narrow singletrack, much of which is cut into steep terrain. Offers some incredible views, but don't lose sight of the trail. There are plenty of technical challenges scattered about the trail (some of which are hidden in underbrush) to keep you from getting complacent. Riding surface varies from soft ashy soil from the 2015 burn to rock gardens. Watch out for fire hardened trees overhanging the trail to reach out and grab you.

    I think this trail could've been a lot of fun had we started earlier and not had to ride half of it in darkness. Kind of a daunting task not having ridden it before and knowing that one slip could lead to a long roll down a very steep hill.

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