Ridgeline Open Space

 63 votes

9.9 Miles 15.9 Kilometers


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Singletrack

1,017' 310 m

Ascent

-1,018' -310 m

Descent

6,606' 2,013 m

High

6,410' 1,954 m

Low

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

17%

Max Grade (10°)

All Clear

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Great rolling singletrack with tons of options for short and long loop rides.

Scoops Lodewyck

Overview

The Town of Castle Rock recently connected the various sections of this trail into a ten mile loop. There are sign posts at most intersections so it's easy to ride the whole trail as one big loop or bypass sections for a shorter ride. There's nothing too technical, but some tight, loose turns, a few switchbacks, and a couple of short climbs make for an excellent after work ride right in the middle of town.

Description

Park at the Coachline Road trailhead and ride the big loop clockwise. Just ride through the signposts in reverse alphabetical order (O - A). Be prepared for an awesome roller coaster of a ride, but do be careful and keep your speed in check as you'll likely encounter many other trail users (and some blind corners).

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Race in the Ridgeline Rampage on April 19-20, 2014. Saturday is the mountain bike race / Sunday is the trail running race with various distances for all age levels and abilities. Family friendly with a vendor Expo area, Kid Zone, Juniors and kids racing, spectator/support pit zones and convenient camping. Participants enjoy the challenging race course, accurate timing, scoring, medical support, custom apparel, product sampling, delicious post-race meal, cold brews, awards party, podium prizes and more. Info at: http://www.warriorscycling.com/races/ridgeline-rampage/ Mar 19, 2014


these trails are fantastic Apr 19, 2014


Been following the website for the bike ride, where do I find the information on the trail run on Sunday? Mar 18, 2015


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