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Too Long

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  Intermediate/Difficult from 2 votes
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Rank: #54 in the Denver area
#489 in Colorado
#3,254 Overall
Trail near Morrison,  area, 
“Great views and numerous switchbacks.”
Matt Thoele on Jun 7, 2013
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2.23.6 milesKilometers 21’7 m Ascent 9,235’2,815 m High 10.1% Avg Grade
Singletrack Type -1,170’-357 m Descent 8,069’2,459 m Low 13.7% Max Grade
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Of the two ways to the top of Bergan Peak, this is definitely the more difficult one compared to Bergen Peak Trail. There are many switchbacks, and some are more technical. The technical features are mostly large rocks and medium sized rock gardens some roots. It's steep and sustained all the way to the top - a lung burner for sure.
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 2.3 from 3 votes
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