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Hildebrand Ranch

 46 votes

Length

5.2 Miles 8.3 Kilometers


85%

Singletrack

Elevation

346' 106 m

Ascent

-346' -105 m

Descent

3%

Avg Grade (1°)

7%

Max Grade (4°)

5,837' 1,779 m

High

5,527' 1,685 m

Low

Conditions


Minor Issues 4 days ago
Some Mud - Pretty thick mud in spots. We walked probably 7 sections. Rideable, but not fun. Pass. History

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A good, quick singletrack loop.

David Love

Overview

Hildebrand Ranch is an open space park located just east of Deer Creek Canyon. The park has a great singletrack trail which is great for training or after work rides.
Dogs: Leashed

Need to Know

There are some parts of the trail that go near some gopher dens, and they can run across the trail when you pass.

Description

The Two Brands Trail starts from the parking lot and climbs up a slight incline toward the hog back and under the power lines in the area. When you get near the hog back, the trail descends heading south then east toward Wadsworth. The trail then enters the neighborhood.

Ride along South Field Way, across West Trailmark Parkway and then head west about ten yards to where the trail continues. Next, the trail travels northwest becoming a wide gravel path going through a park until it returns to a singletrack in Hildebrand Ranch Open Space. Finally, the trail loops back towards the parking lot.

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  3.4 from 46 votes

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This is quick lap with 10-15 minutes of heavy work. At the beginning where you begin the short ascent, there was about a150' section of soft mud. On the back side before you get into the neighborhood only a spot or two that was muddy. However, the last mile of the ride going through the field was soppy and unrideable for a bit. Apr 6, 2016
Franklin Gauer
Centennial, CO
Franklin Gauer   Centennial, CO
Counterclockwise preferred... Jun 26, 2017

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