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Spiro Trail

 8 votes

Length

3.2 Miles 5.1 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

1,295' 395 m

Ascent

-10' -3 m

Descent

8%

Avg Grade (4°)

19%

Max Grade (11°)

8,227' 2,508 m

High

6,942' 2,116 m

Low

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A steady and smooth climb up to some of the favorite trails and rides in the area.

Mike Ahnemann

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Description

Spiro was once used as a way to climb up to the Mid Mountain Trail, or other much longer trails and rides in the area. However, it's become more of a trail for riding down than up, and it's no longer a great way to get up.

Now, the best way up is to take Armstrong, which is one-way.

The trail is very smooth, and consistently up/down, depending on which way you're traveling. On the way down, it's fast, with no technical features to worry about.

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Aug 4, 2017
John Wallace
Really bumpy with washboards and potholes
Jul 15, 2017
Mi Chelle
Jun 26, 2017
Scott Rumpf
May 30, 2017
Rie Sasaki
Oct 15, 2016
Andrew Laery
Jul 12, 2016
Danny Bradley
Jun 16, 2016
Allen Tanner
Nice downhill flow.
Jun 9, 2016
Eric Ratzmann

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  3.9 from 8 votes

#9

in Park City

#5372

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in Park City

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in Utah

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I would really recommend riding up Armstrong instead (and down Spiro). Armstrong starts just up the road and is one-way only. Spiro is a great choice of a climb if you love head-on collisions with people riding down at mach 10. Oct 10, 2013
Mike Ahnemann
Boulder, CO
Mike Ahnemann   Boulder, CO  
Thanks Ian - I had heard that about this trail, and I've modified the description based on your feedback. Oct 10, 2013

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