“A once logging road now mostly single or doubletrack that gives you a feeling of being out there.”
— Craig Fowler on Jan 15, 2014
DescriptionBasalt Mountain Trail is part of a larger loop which includes Cattle Trail. Some call it the Big Loop (at Basalt Mountain). Getting there is a long 3.5 mile climb on a dirt road but once you reach the trailhead you're rewarded with a beautiful ride through a dense forest that gives you the feeling that you're really out there.
There are no points of concern when it comes to navigating the trail. It's straightforward.
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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