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Plymouth Creek Trail

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 3.7 from 6 votes
black  Difficult from 3 votes
Rank: #44 in the Denver area
#499 in CO, #3,929 Overall
Views: 281. Last 30 days: 15
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Trail near Littleton,  area, 
“The main trail connecting you to the Red Mesa and Plymouth Mountain loops higher up in the park.”
Ryan Hickman on Jun 19, 2013
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2.33.8 milesKilometers 1,092’333 m Ascent 7,116’2,169 m High 9% Avg Grade (5°)
Doubletrack Type -56’-17 m Descent 6,045’1,842 m Low 22% Max Grade (13°)
Description
This trail connects you to the upper two loops of Deer Creek Canyon Park: Red Mesa and Plymouth Mountain. It's a steep 2.3 mile climb consisting of many waterbars, roots, and rock obstacles. About halfway up you'll encounter "The Wall", an eroded series of steep rock obstacles worthy of its name.
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Land Manager: Jefferson County, CO - Open Space Dept.
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 1.7 from 3 votes
The Wall (Morrison, CO)
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