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Bitterbrush - Lower Section

 4.4 (59)

2.5 Miles 4.0 Kilometers


Singletrack

64' 20 m

Ascent

-673' -205 m

Descent

6%

Avg Grade (3°)

18%

Max Grade (10°)

6,126' 1,867 m

High

5,462' 1,665 m

Low

Shared By Michael Ahnemann

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All Clear 24 days ago
Dry - Trail lil drifty, could use some rain History

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The most popular Hall Ranch trail - home of the well-known "Rock Garden" section.

Michael Ahnemann

Dogs No Dogs

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Description

This is the first section of trail leading up from the main Hall Ranch parking lot. It's a steady climb all the way up to the junction with the Antelope trail.

This trail includes a 1/2 mile Rock Garden that can challenge all but the most advanced mountain bikers. It's a consistent climb with big moves up and over rock faces and features. It's rideable by advanced riders even without trials skills, but you'll work for it!

Less experienced riders can choose to park at the other smaller trailhead and ride the intermediate (but still fun singletrack) Antelope trail up to the same spot.

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Sep 1, 2018
Kristopher Kaufmann
2.5mi
Aug 30, 2018
Travis Sturzl
Jul 17, 2018
Thomas Pyke
Jul 14, 2018
Thomas Pyke
Jul 9, 2018
Mike Bowen
This is rediculous. Seeing how big these rock gardens are is one thing. Seeing how well some other riders get up/down them is another. This is way… 2.5mi
Jul 1, 2018
Matt Dumler
May 5, 2018
Tony Fagan
Apr 10, 2018
Carter Cooper
no issues. very limited water

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Trail Ratings

  4.4 from 59 votes

#1

in Hall Ranch

#33

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in Hall Ranch

#16

in Colorado

#33

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Is this trail directional? or can you ride this downhill? Jan 15, 2015
You can ride it either direction. It's tough though. Much to tough for my noob self. :-( Feb 17, 2016

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