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    Route from Old Town PC to Holladay (Mill Creek)

    I'd like to ride from Old Town (PC base area) to my sister's house in Holladay tomorrow. What would be a good route. I'm looking at Trailforks: Maybe Armstrong, Pinecone, Crest, Great Western, Little water, Mill Creek road, Pipeline, Rattlesnake gulch. ??? Sound reasonable? Any idea on a time for this. My best strava time on Armstrong to Mid Mountain this year so far is about 38 minutes. THank you in advance for any input.
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    That's reasonable and the most direct route. Give yourself 3.5-4 hours depending on how familiar you are with the trails, how far you have to penetrate into Holladay, etc. Hope the weather behaves for you tomorrow.

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    Thank you. The weather does not look good for today.

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    On odd days upper trails in Mill Creek are closed to bikes, by the way. Pipeline and the road are ok though.

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    Another route up from PC would be Jennie's, Tommy Two Steps, Three Candles, Keystone, Blazing Saddles, then up Puke Hill. From there continue on Crest, etc as you planned, but as mentioned, upper Millcreek only on even numbered days.
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