“A great secluded singletrack mostly in the trees that ends with an incredible view of Mt. Sopris.”
— Craig Fowler on Oct 1, 2013
DescriptionThis trail does not see a lot of use as it's either an out and back or ridden as part of a larger loop (Basalt Mtn Trail, Red Table, Red Table Road and Lone Pine Trail 30+miles). As a result the trail has numerous blow downs after Toner Reservoir. Don't let that stop you as the trail is very secluded and gives you a great backcountry experience. There is a piped spring just after Toner Reservoir if you need to fill up.
The trail ends on an open hill side with amazing views of Mt. Sopris and the Elks. I gave the trail a Difficult rating due to its remoteness, and the pushing due to blow downs. WIthout them it would be Intermediate. It is a long 5.2 miles so don't let the short distance fool you.
ContactsLand Manager: USFS - White River National Forest Office
Apr 16 Forest Service Issuing a Draft Decision Notice and Final Environmental Assessment for the Basalt to Gypsum Motorized Singletrack Project: Opportunity to ObjectLocal Club:Roaring Fork Mountain Bike Association
Apr 15 RFMBA 2015 Bike Giveaway!
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