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The Seven Bridges trail is "a little tough to get to, but once you figure out the best way to add it to a full run its awesome!” says the [Singletrack Surgeon](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MUJUjyndkEM). The upper section of the trail starts out fast and wide-open, but eventually, it funnels into narrower bench cut singletrack.
This black diamond descent features numerous bike-optimized flow features such as berms on most of the corners and rollers for water drainage and sheer entertainment value. The soil itself is classic Mammoth Mountain, consisting of dry, loose, dirt and sand between rough volcanic rocks.
In many ways, Seven Bridges can be considered a quintessential Mammoth Mountain trail.