The 3-4 Trail
Peter Beers
Updated: 10/9/2005
PedroGringo@yahoo.com

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The 3 and 4 trail is a fun one. We did this as a warm down after two epic days. Unfortunately the back side of the trail is closed. The 3 trail goes across private land. For a long time it was open and the land owner didn't mind riders on it. As you can see by the 4th photo on the top row, it is pretty badly eroded. Enjoy the photos, but don't try this ride.