Wranglers Loop

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Trail

2.3 Miles 3.7 Kilometers


Singletrack

383' 117 m

Ascent

-171' -52 m

Descent

4,931' 1,503 m

High

4,585' 1,397 m

Low

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

14%

Max Grade (8°)

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An advanced beginner option or alternate return from longer rides.

Nick Wilder

Description

Wranglers Loop starts out as an old doubletrack and climbs up slightly rocky trail several hundred feet. While marked as an easy trail, some of the rock is loose, and it's not a trivial climb, so Rustlers Loop might be a better option for true beginners.

Once you've climbed the hill, the track is singletrack and the fun greatly improves. You are quite a bit higher than most other trails in this area, and the views are great, even though you're not on the edge of the rim like you are on the other trails. Mary's Cutoff intersects the trail here (heading south), but you've done the work, so it's worth enjoying the longer option and staying on this trail.

Wander around on smooth trail until you reach Mary's Loop, where you have a multitude of options if you're not ready to turn back.

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Nov 20, 2016
David Darling
17.4mi
Oct 12, 2016
Michael Ratzloff
Lollipop loop with part of Mary's Loop and Mary's/Wrangler's Cutoff. 4.3mi — 1h 06m
May 22, 2016
Blaze Cook
Aug 15, 2015
Kate Jones
May 24, 2015
Matt Hage
Apr 2, 2015
Edward-Bam Lopez
4.9mi — 32h 02m
Apr 30, 2013
Giff Walters
Worth the climb? 2.3mi

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  3.1 from 11 votes

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