"The Breaks" at Bar-H Ranch

Saint Jo, Texas

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Well, just go ahead and dig me a hole up on the ‘bone, you can bury me right there when I go on to mountain bike heaven. This place is almost too good to be true. Many miles of superior trails, friendly people who love for us to go ride there, and just generally a great place to go on a riding escape for the day or the weekend. The terrain up on the ridge is mostly chopped up limestone strewn up and down on some fast, off-camber, scary single-track that will never seem the same two times around. The climbs are tough, and the downhills are enough to make you think you will probably die here. You will find the areas down in the valley are often sandy, or even muddy, down in the creek. There’s a ton of great single-track all over down there. And then there’s the Devil’s Backbone. An honest thousand feet of climbing in about four miles.
Mountain Bike! Texas and Oklahoma

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Mountain Bike! Texas and Oklahoma

by Chuck Cypert (Menasha Ridge Press)

Well, just go ahead and dig me a hole up on the ‘bone, you can bury me right there when I go on to mountain bike heaven. This place is almost too good to be true. Many miles of superior trails, friendly people who love for us to go ride there, and just generally a great place to go on a riding escape for the day or the weekend.

The terrain up on the ridge is mostly chopped up limestone strewn up and down on some fast, off-camber, scary single-track that will never seem the same two times around. The climbs are tough, and the downhills are enough to make you think you will probably die here. You will find the areas down in the valley are often sandy, or even muddy, down in the creek. There’s a ton of great single-track all over down there. And then there’s the Devil’s Backbone. An honest thousand feet of climbing in about four miles.

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Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Saint Jo
Distance: 20
Elevation Gain: 300 feet
Trail Type: Several options
Technical Difficulty: Easy to Difficult
Physical Difficulty: Easy to Difficult
Season: Year-round, except after rain
Driving Directions: Directions to "The Breaks" at Bar-H Ranch

Recent Trail Reviews

7/15/2012
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I got all the way out to this trail only to find that it closed years ago. Complete waste of time and money.


7/15/2012
0

2 hour drive and found it was closed complete disappointment



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