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Benjamin Loop

 24 votes

2.3 Miles 3.7 Kilometers


Singletrack

261' 80 m

Ascent

-258' -79 m

Descent

6,540' 1,993 m

High

6,286' 1,916 m

Low

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

22%

Max Grade (12°)

All Clear

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A new trail in 2011 that adds 4 miles of great singletrack to the Betasso system.

Mike Ahnemann

Overview

Bikes are prohibited on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

Description

The Benjamin loop was new as of May 2011. It starts as a spur off of the farthest point on the Canyon Loop. This new trail was built by large groups of volunteers, and features significantly more interesting terrain than the Canyon Loop. This trail winds through thick forest, and in places is cut right into the side of rock faces that required major engineering feats to build.

The new trail flows very well, and offers a nice 4 mile addition to the original trail.

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Oct 20, 2017
Craig Gomulka
Benjamin Loop 2X from Four Mile 4.6mi
Oct 5, 2017
Chris Fletcher
Jul 30, 2017
Ali Warren
Jul 23, 2017
Michael Prochoda
A super fun and flowy singletrack route designed specifically for mountain biking. It doesn't get any better than this folks!
Jun 16, 2017
Amy Wood
Apr 28, 2017
Craig Gomulka
Just a few puddles
Apr 16, 2017
Tony Fagan
smooth and flow-y but crowded
Mar 24, 2017
Mike Walsh
Great conditions for March! 20mi — 2h 00m

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  4.3 from 24 votes

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#56

in Colorado

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All Clear 5 days ago
Dry - There some very small patches of snow but they didn’t cover the trail just on the sides.
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