Plymouth Creek Trail

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Rank: #2 in the Deer Creek Canyon Park area
#655 in CO, #5,722 Overall
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Jun 6 Red - Mud and and more mud
Trail in the area near Littleton,
“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°)
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.
Land Manager: Jefferson County, CO - Open Space Dept.
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