Antelope Trail

 21 votes

0.9 Miles 1.5 Kilometers


Singletrack

438' 133 m

Ascent

0' 0 m

Descent

6,052' 1,845 m

High

5,614' 1,711 m

Low

9%

Avg Grade (5°)

17%

Max Grade (10°)

All Clear

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The easier, but still enjoyable way to ride Hall Ranch - avoids the challenging Rock Garden.

Mike Ahnemann

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The Antelope trail is a mostly smooth, singletrack climb that leads up to the Bitterbrush junction, and eventually up to the Nelson loop. Many intermediate riders choose to start their Hall Ranch ride here in order to skip the steep, technical Rock Garden on the Bitterbrush trail. Antelope can also be a nice warmup for expert riders who then go down and back up Bitterbrush before riding the Nelson loop up top.

This route starts from a small trailhead off of Apple Valley road, and the trail is singletrack immediately from the trailhead. The climb is mostly gradual, with a few small rocks to ride over, and a few steeper sections with switchbacks.

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Sep 1, 2017
Ben Lewis
Good times
Jul 28, 2017
Staci Stallings
Jun 24, 2017
Emily Keefer-Cowles
Jun 11, 2017
Rich Marulli
Good but punchy over some good rock slab 0.9mi
Jun 10, 2017
Kolby Clements
1.8mi
Jun 10, 2017
Rae Anne DeBonville
Nice route
May 17, 2017
Paul Billings
May 4, 2017
ColeG3 Gardner
0.9mi

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  3.7 from 21 votes

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in Hall Ranch

#267

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in Hall Ranch

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in Colorado

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