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Lenawee

 4.9 (22)

3.3 Miles 5.3 Kilometers


Singletrack

50' 15 m

Ascent

-2,168' -661 m

Descent

13%

Avg Grade (7°)

32%

Max Grade (18°)

12,522' 3,817 m

High

10,354' 3,156 m

Low

Shared By Matt Thoele

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Description

After a savage climb up the A-Basin Ski resort to the top of the Montizuma lift you'll wonder why you let your friend talk you into this ride. Once you hit Peru Creek Road you'll be thinking "Totally worth it, let's do it again!"

From the Montizuma lift climb the trail that is to the south of the lift. It's well ridden. The top section is alpine rocks and very exposed. The rock gardens are actually well built and ride-able. Walk them if you are unsure. After rock gardens is open flowy trails. Once you drop below tree line the rock gardens come back. There are a couple sniper rocks to watch for. The trail gets steep, fast and technical. A lot of roots, some always muddy and wet. A lot of rocks.

Can be ridden as a loop starting and ending in the Keystone parking lot.

As always watch for hikers! Watch out for afternoon storms!

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Jul 11, 2018
Justin Dean
Very exposed at the top. Absolutely amazing ride! 3.3mi
Sep 8, 2016
Chris Root
Both ways — 3h 10m
Aug 17, 2016
Grant Bradow
One of my favorite trails 3.3mi
Aug 1, 2015
ryan dougovito
keystone parking lot, us 6 to Arapahoe Basin, up to Lenewee Trail and back via Montezuma Road 18mi
Jul 27, 2015
Nyles Strey

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