Putt-Putt

Jackson, Wyoming

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Located immediately southeast of the town of Jackson. This ride follows a dirt road for 1.4 miles and then is on singletrack for the remainder of the route. Imagine combining a roller-coaster ride and a bobsled run. The result is this Putt-Putt loop. It begins by heading up the Cache Creek Trail for 1.5 miles and then turns onto the singletrack Putt-Putt trail. The trail is deeply rutted in places and seems like a dash down a bobsled run. The downhill runs are short as the trail hits the bottom of a wash and then goes up the other side, roller-coastering across the hillside. The only disappointment with this trial is that it’s so short, but it makes a fun little ride before or after work. The first 1.5 miles have few hazards. Putt-Putt Trail is deeply rutted, making for little room to maneuver. There are a few steep rocky segments and some wet crossings through washes with little streams running through them.
Mountain Biking Wyoming

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Mountain Biking Wyoming

by Amber Travsky (Falcon Guides)

Located immediately southeast of the town of Jackson. This ride follows a dirt road for 1.4 miles and then is on singletrack for the remainder of the route.

Imagine combining a roller-coaster ride and a bobsled run. The result is this Putt-Putt loop. It begins by heading up the Cache Creek Trail for 1.5 miles and then turns onto the singletrack Putt-Putt trail. The trail is deeply rutted in places and seems like a dash down a bobsled run. The downhill runs are short as the trail hits the bottom of a wash and then goes up the other side, roller-coastering across the hillside. The only disappointment with this trial is that it’s so short, but it makes a fun little ride before or after work.

The first 1.5 miles have few hazards. Putt-Putt Trail is deeply rutted, making for little room to maneuver. There are a few steep rocky segments and some wet crossings through washes with little streams running through them.

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Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Jackson
Distance: 4.7
Elevation Gain: 550 feet
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Technical Difficulty: Easy to Moderate
Physical Difficulty: Easy to Moderate
Duration: Forty-five minutes to one hour.
Season: This route is best in late spring through the fall, but it can be ridden whenever there isn't snow on the ground.
Trailhead Elevation: 6,450 feet
Top Elevation: 6,800 feet
Local Contacts: Bridger-Teton National Forest, 307-739-5500
Local Maps: USGS Cache Creek.
Driving Directions: Directions to Putt-Putt

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May 2018