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Fistful of Dollars (6034)

 12 votes

Length

1.6 Miles 2.6 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

2' 1 m

Ascent

-328' -100 m

Descent

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

9%

Max Grade (5°)

8,427' 2,569 m

High

8,101' 2,469 m

Low

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All Clear 5 days ago

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Outstanding, zigzagging, singletrack fun.

Jason Lampenrider

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Description

Starting from the edge of the labeled parking area, this hard-packed sandy trail is pure singletrack fun. It's a slightly descending pitch almost eliminating the need for speed control. Less experienced riders can enjoy enhancing your skills with the technical rocky spots, and more experienced riders can turn up the heat by pedaling through the left/right/hop/jump/cut/turn/zig/zag fun that it has to offer.

It's rideable in either direction, so climb back up or take the adjacent fire road back up and repeat. For some variety and a bit more distance, finish 6034, then partially climb back up it until the labeled split off for 6034A leading down to Highway 24 / 285.

As of Dec. 2016 this is labeled only as 6034. Look for signage improvements in 2017.

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Oct 22, 2017
Becky Yoder
Trail 6034 to Django - running 5mi
Oct 10, 2017
Raúl Gross
Jul 3, 2017
Tom McKim
Apr 24, 2017
Rebecca Meritz
Oct 25, 2016
Brian Kottcamp
Oct 12, 2015
Sean Langrish
10 minutes of fun on the twist and turns of this short run — 10h 00m
Aug 3, 2015
lubes 17319
Mar 8, 2015
reuben Bel

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  3.8 from 12 votes

#5260

Overall
  3.8 from 12 votes
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#512

in Colorado

#5,260

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Rode this trail twice today, it's a real blast! Jul 26, 2014

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