Ginny Trail

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  4.3 from 6 votes
black  Difficult from 4 votes
Rank: #4 in the Fort Collins area
#166 in CO, #1,779 Overall
Views: 629. Last 30 days: 19
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Jul 29 Green - Dry
Trail in the area near Loveland,
“Rocky and bumpy but a fun descent or technical climb.”
Brook Mooney on Jul 15, 2013
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5.38.5 milesKilometers 420’128 m Ascent 6,997’2,133 m High 7% Avg Grade (4°)
Singletrack Type -1,400’-427 m Descent 5,629’1,716 m Low 19% Max Grade (11°)
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After a short flat section you'll begin the final accent. While this climb is far less steep then Powerline Trail it is more technical.

When you reach the top you'll traverse across the back side of the mountain and be treated to some great views of Rocky Mountain National Park to the west. When the trail begins to turn back to the east, stop and take a picture.

Now the fun begins, 99.5% of the ride from here is downhill. Watch for alternate lines, skinnys, and rock drops, for added fun.
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4.2 (5)
A great way to experience both Horsetooth Mountain Park and Lory State Park.
near Fort Collins, CO
4.2 (6)
Grueling uphill leads to some insanely good technical downhill and flowing si...
near Fort Collins, CO
4.1 (21)
A short and casual ride, perfect for those after-work excursions.
near Fort Collins, CO

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PHOTOS of Ginny Trail
  4.3 from 4 votes
Dropping IT! On the Ginny Trail. (Loveland, CO)
  3.7 from 3 votes
Such a beautiful view from the Ginny Trail! (Loveland, CO)
  3.3 from 3 votes
Fun man made obstacles on the way down Ginny Trail (Loveland, CO)
  2.8 from 5 votes
Facing west toward the back of Horsetooth Mountain. (Loveland, CO)
  2.7 from 3 votes
Looking back towards the NW. (Loveland, CO)
  2.3 from 3 votes
Where the trail finally flattens out before the downhill. (Loveland, CO)
  2.3 from 3 votes
Traffic jam on the way down with Loveland in the background (Loveland, CO)