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Mojave Trail Downhill from CMG and Apex
The Mojave Trail is located at Park City Mountain Resort. This ride takes CMG to Apex then Keystone, at a top altitude of 8900 feet. From Keystone, upper Mojave drops 240 feet over 0.8 miles, then Mojave drops 380 over a mile. The ride is 11.3 miles with 2000 vertical feet of climbing.
Riding notes, loop CMG-Apex-Mojave
0.0   Edge of parking, looking southwest to Alpine Slide
        N40 39.172 W111 30.519
0.1   Find Jenni's trail and start uphill
        N40 39.023 W111 30.511
1.0   Cross doubletrack N40 38.598 W111 30.657
1.5   Fork R onto CMG
        N40 38.636 W111 30.883
3.2   Up on DT, fork R onto Midmountain
        N40 38.258 W111 31.445
3.4   Fork L uphill on CMG
        N40 38.192 W111 31.509
4.4   Hard L uphill on Thaynes Road
        N40 37.825 W111 32.015
4.8   L uphill on Apex N40 38.014 W111 31.755
5.4   Hard L on Keystone N40 37.786 W111 31.863
5.8   L downhill on Upper Mojave
        N40 37.701 W111 31.514
6.6   Cross Thaynes Rd to ST
        N40 37.849 W111 31.248
        L downhill on Mojave 
7.6   Keep L onto Midmountain
        N40 38.410 W111 31.421
8.2   Hard R downhill on DT, R on CMG
        N40 38.256 W111 31.442
9.2   Stay R on CMG
9.9   Cross Jenni's (straight and L)
11.3 Back at parking
Getting there:  In Park City, follow the signs to Park City Mountain Resort. As you see the first parking area, turn in and park there. Look to the southwest (toward the main resort. Pedal toward the spot where the parking lot meets the condos. As you reach a wire gate, the gravel doubletrack that heads uphill toward the Alpine Slide is the beginning of our ride. As you reach pavement again, you'll pass the entry to Jenni's Trail (to your right). Look to the left. See the log squeeze chute? That's the start of the Crescent Mine Grade (CMG) trail.

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