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Valley Loop Trail

 3.7 (13)

4.1 Miles 6.5 Kilometers


Singletrack

381' 116 m

Ascent

-380' -116 m

Descent

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

17%

Max Grade (10°)

5,737' 1,749 m

High

5,433' 1,656 m

Low

Shared By Brook Mooney

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All Clear 5 days ago
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An easy pedal to get you to the good stuff.

Brook Mooney

Dogs No Dogs

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Description

This trail is not much of a ride on its own, and is actually more commonly used by hikers than bikers. But it's useful to link the trailhead to a larger loop that includes the Powerline Trail and Ginny Trail.

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Jul 18, 2018
Chad Kline
Jun 30, 2018
Chad Kline
Jun 22, 2018
Chad Kline
Jun 15, 2018
Kris Lang
Jun 13, 2018
Adam Center
4.3mi
May 30, 2018
Chad Kline
Aug 31, 2017
William Sitton
Aug 1, 2017
William Sitton

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  3.7 from 13 votes

#5646

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  3.7 from 13 votes
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#560

in Colorado

#5,646

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Mitchell J
Denver, CO
Mitchell J   Denver, CO
I just got done with this trail today. I haven't been mountain biking in years, and this is a good trail to ease back into it. There is enough switchbacks and technical riding to keep me from getting bored, combined with enough smooth trail so that I didn't get tired out. Mar 25, 2014
Onies Heckart
Laramie
Onies Heckart   Laramie
Zero dog toleration. Not even on a leash, not that I ride with a leash (that's silly) but, zero doggo. Leave poor pupper at home. :( Apr 10, 2017

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