Stout

 7 votes

2.9 Miles 4.7 Kilometers

Singletrack

739' 225 m

Ascent

-442' -135 m

Descent

6,470' 1,972 m

High

5,883' 1,793 m

Low

8%

Avg Grade (4°)

23%

Max Grade (13°)

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6,470' 1,972 m

High

5,883' 1,793 m

Low

8%

Avg Grade (4°)

23%

Max Grade (13°)

A fun loop through open areas as well as shady, forested areas.

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Stout is most easily accessed via the Soderberg Open Space parking lot at Horsetooth Mountain Park. Head up Towers to Stout which crosses over Towers. You can go either clockwise (left, South) or counter clockwise (right, North).

The clockwise route has some climbs on the Southern half made challenging by loose rock (golf ball to baseball size). The Southern half of the route is also singletrack in undulating hills, with far less trees. The Northern half of Stout is singletrack in the trees with short sections of rocks & tree roots.

The clockwise ride can be made a loop by connecting short sections of Herrington->Towers->Herrington->Loggers->Sawmill.

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May 27, 2016
Jared Crockett
It's a real slog trying to ride uphill (clockwise) on the southern end of the trail Delete
Dec 9, 2015
Jared Crockett
Lots of snow/ice/mud on any aspect not south-facing Delete
May 28, 2015
Bruce Felix
Excellent views out over Horsetooth reservoir and the plains. 2.9mi Delete
Aug 9, 2013
Rick Silva
6.3mi Delete
May 17, 2013
Michael Mesdag
8.8mi — 1h 10m Delete

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  3.7 from 7 votes

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