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Blueberry Trail Professional Review and Guide
"The light sand color of the rocks is due to wear by vehicles and the exposure to rain and altitude. The average rainfall in this area is above average so erosion can be extreme in some places. Most of the sloped sections have water bars that stand about three feet high by three feet wide. They provide speed control for larger vehicles and mountain bikes as well. The temptation to jump the bumps is high, however the terrain on the backside can be treacherous and requires prior assessment. Trail Surface: Relatively smooth with technical uphill and fast water bars."
--Scott Adams, Mountain Biking Virginia (Falcon Guides).
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