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Old Territorial Rd

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 3.0 from 1 vote
green  Easy from 1 vote
Rank: #286 in the Front Range area
#1,046 in CO, #7,765 Overall
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Trail near Palmer Lake,  area, 
“An easy former road that passes through native grasslands, by ponds, through rolling Gambel oak.”
J Erik Hartel on Jul 29, 2013
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4.47.1 milesKilometers 302’92 m Ascent 7,229’2,203 m High 1% Avg Grade (1°)
Doubletrack Type -1’-0 m Descent 6,927’2,111 m Low 3% Max Grade (2°)
Description
Easy gravel path connecting Palmer Lake to Greenland - follows the route of the Old Territorial Road and parallels the railroad tracks. The actual Greenland Trail splits off from Old Territorial Rd approximately 4 miles north of Palmer Lake.
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Old Territorial Road looking North across the prairie (Palmer Lake, Colorado)
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