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Pungy Stick Trail #925

 4.0 (3)

0.5 Miles 0.8 Kilometers


Singletrack

92' 28 m

Ascent

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Descent

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

7%

Max Grade (4°)

8,787' 2,678 m

High

8,696' 2,650 m

Low

Shared By Jason Vogel

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A short singletrack leading from the West Magnolia Peak to Peak Highway trailhead to Aspen Alley and Whoop-Di-Dos.

Jason Vogel

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Description

This trail connects the Aspen Alley Trail #342A and Whoop-Di-Dos to the Peak-to-Peak Highway West Magnolia trailhead. It's a narrow singletrack and a gentle climb from the trailhead, west to the trail intersection.

The trail used to be a hammered-out gully that had grown to multiple feet in width and greater than a foot deep in places due to poor initial trail design. The Boulder Mountainbike Alliance and Contour Logic rebuilt the trail in Fall of 2017 and returned it to a skinny singletrack state. Along with substantial changes to Aspen Alley Trail #342A, Whoop-Di-Dos, Lookout Trail #926, and Re-Root #927, this makes for some pretty sweet trail close to Nederland.

There is nothing particularly technical about this stretch of trail, but it will take you to trails with alternate lines, rock drops, berms, jumps, and rollers—a very progressive collection of trails.

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Jun 28, 2018
Patrick Burns
Eh, I kind of liked the old Pungy Stick with its loose flat corners, but in the big picture this is an improvement.

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