Nice pics. Looks like some fun DH action. If you don't mind bringing a new guys along, give me a shout next time you guys plan a ride.
will docbcbike said:Nice pics. Looks like some fun DH action. If you don't mind bringing a new guys along, give me a shout next time you guys plan a ride.
I'm a Prescott local and would like to check this out. Never heard of it. Can you get me there?monk said:will do
send me an email so I have you on my ride list. michael at cactusbike dot com
we may head up to Prescott again this weekend for some more Fuk Tahoe action...if my wrist is better. Or I may just go tubing or sumthin instead.
Can you get me directions to either 48 or Yankee doodle trailheads from the downtown area?Jm. said:It's either trail 48 or Yankee Doodle. I'd lean on trail 48 because it's more popular to shuttle than Yankee Doodle, but I think YD is a better trail, more tech and fun, but harder to get to. Trail 260 to 48 is a pretty fun shuttle and drops about 1700 feet. Yankee Doodle drops about 2300 to where you ride back at Palice Station.
You know...I have only done the trail a couple of times and couldn't get back there on my own. It's a ways out of the town...and it empties out to the road where you drive up. There are a few trails on the mountain...Fuk Tahoe and the happy birthday trail and a few others. They are really fun though...not super technical at all...really fast and burmy with a bunch of thank you maams at the bottom. I think it is an ATV trail...cause it is kinda wide...not fire road wide...but not singletrack either...and the berms look like they are made from ATVS.enelnelson said:Can you get me directions to either 48 or Yankee doodle trailheads from the downtown area?