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Spring Brook Loop South

 3.2 (18)

1.4 Miles 2.2 Kilometers


Singletrack

299' 91 m

Ascent

-5' -1 m

Descent

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

14%

Max Grade (8°)

6,237' 1,901 m

High

5,938' 1,810 m

Low

Shared By Michael Ahnemann

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The first half of the Spring Brook Loop if riding clockwise - a rocky climb leading into the forest.

Michael Ahnemann

Dogs No Dogs

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Description

You can ride either way on the Spring Brook Loop - either way you'll encounter great views over the plains to the Flatirons, then some fun twisty bits through the woods. We prefer to ride clockwise, which may provide a bit more fun on the twisty bits through the trees halfway around the loop.

Climb up a rocky singletrack that's not too steep, but may challenge less advanced riders in places. The trail works its way into the trees and the trail will get twisty and more deeply wooded as you continue on. At the halfway point, you'll arrive at a marked intersection. Stay straight to complete the loop (Spring Brook Loop North).

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Check-Ins

Aug 1, 2018
Jeff Limbocker
1.4mi
Jul 31, 2018
Jeff Limbocker
Nice climbing with some rocks for this beginner 1.4mi
Jun 17, 2017
Amy Wood
Mar 12, 2017
Craig Gomulka
Feb 22, 2017
Melanie Stoeckle
5mi — 1h 00m
Nov 3, 2016
Raúl Gross
Counter clockwise loop
Nov 2, 2016
Matt Saunders
3.4mi — 0h 35m
Oct 23, 2016
Raúl Gross
Rode loop counter clockwise

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  3.2 from 18 votes

#2

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#6715

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in Colorado

#6,715

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