ElevationAscent: 0' 0 m
Descent: -255' -78 m
High: 9,866' 3,007 m
Low: 9,611' 2,929 m
GradeAvg Grade: 8% (4°)
Max Grade: 19% (11°)
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“This is a fun filled trail featuring wooden drops, sculpted berms and fun dirt jumps.”— Brian Smith
This trail begins with a short, straight bit of singletrack that leads the rider to the first wood-to-dirt drop. Advanced riders will find this four-foot drop easy to clear with the speed offered by this trail. Next, you'll encounter a jump with an optional wall-ride. This is a pretty large wall-ride and would take full commitment and a good amount of speed to successfully complete.
After the wall-ride, you'll encounter a few smaller dirt jumps that are easily cleared with speed. Those jumps lead you into another wood-to-dirt drop that is almost identical to the first drop on this trail. Flow out of that drop, through a really nicely built burn, and over a large rainbow bridge. This bridge can be jumped with speed, or rolled over with less speed. Either way, the landing/exit of the bridge is very wide.
From this point, No Quarter really begins to flow with repetitive berms, playfully sized dirt gap jumps and whoops. Eventually, the trail opens up and there is an optional, larger sized gap jump towards the right side of the trail. Flow through a few more berms and end at an intersection with Green World and Long Trail.
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Family Friendly, ADA Accessible, Need to Know, Dogs Allowed, Features, Electic Mountain Bikes Allowed
Land Manager: USFS - Arapaho & Roosevelt National Forests Office