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Red Table Trail

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 4.7 (3)

A great secluded singletrack mostly in the trees that ends with an incredible view of Mt. Sopris.


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Map Key

5.2

Miles

8.4

KM

Singletrack

10,739' 3,273 m

High

9,537' 2,907 m

Low

1,486' 453 m

Up

521' 159 m

Down

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

20%

Max Grade (11°)

Dogs Unknown

E-Bikes Unknown

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Description

This trail does not see a lot of use as it's either an out and back or ridden as part of a larger loop (Basalt Mtn Trail, Red Table, Red Table Road and Lone Pine Trail 30+miles). As a result the trail has numerous blow downs after Toner Reservoir. Don't let that stop you as the trail is very secluded and gives you a great backcountry experience. There is a piped spring just after Toner Reservoir if you need to fill up.

The trail ends on an open hill side with amazing views of Mt. Sopris and the Elks. I gave the trail a Difficult rating due to its remoteness, and the pushing due to blow downs. WIthout them it would be Intermediate. It is a long 5.2 miles so don't let the short distance fool you.

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Shared By:

Craig Fowler

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  4.7 from 3 votes

#4995

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  4.7 from 3 votes
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#452

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#4,995

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View at the end of the trail.
Oct 2, 2013 near Basalt, CO
Look out to the north.
Oct 2, 2013 near Basalt, CO
Toner Reservoir
Oct 2, 2013 near Basalt, CO
Red Table Trail up high in the wildflowers
Sep 18, 2017 near Basalt, CO
Great side hill section with views to the southeast.
Oct 2, 2013 near Basalt, CO

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