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Ring Dike

 5 votes

1.4 Miles 2.2 Kilometers


Singletrack

259' 79 m

Ascent

-373' -114 m

Descent

8,285' 2,525 m

High

8,066' 2,459 m

Low

9%

Avg Grade (5°)

24%

Max Grade (13°)

Bad / Closed

10 days agoUpdate

A challenging mix of slickrock and singletrack.

Adam Kagy

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Ring Dike is one of the more challenging trails at Hartman Rocks. Unlike rattlesnake which has a better flow when traveling south to north, Ring Dike could be ridden in both directions. It will throw quite a bit of challenging trail at you in this 1.4 miles, so stay on your toes.

Start the trail by riding out on 3525g near the end of Josho's or the start of Rattlesnake. In the first challenge hits you quick with a steep downhill on slickrock. Wind your way up and down on the many challenging downhill and uphill sections. Some of these sections are loose with apparent moto damage. Some sections present tricky rock maneuvers similar to Moab desert riding.

Keep an eye out for the many cairns along the way or bring the MTB Project MTB Project mobile app, as route finding can be difficult when crossing some of the slickrock sections. There are a few exit points along the way of the trail that exit west out to Road 3525 but eventually ends near 3530a, take a left here to get back to Road 3525.

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Jul 2, 2017
Tim Seligman
May 7, 2017
Zach Bauer
One of the more fun trails in Gunnison! 1.4mi

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  4.4 from 5 votes

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#323

in Colorado

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Bad / Closed 10 days ago
Snowy, Icy - I would stay off the slick rock as it’s icy out here
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