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Flume Trail

 6 votes

1.1 Miles 1.8 Kilometers


Singletrack

249' 76 m

Ascent

-38' -11 m

Descent

9,333' 2,845 m

High

9,090' 2,771 m

Low

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

12%

Max Grade (7°)

Unknown

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A useful, Keystone/Summit Cove connector trail to connect Soda Creek and Aqueduct trails.

Don Leinweber

Overview

Description

Flume begins at the intersections of Carter Court, Tally Ho Court and Soda Ridge Road in the eastern end of Summit Cove, near Keystone. The trail is often used to close the Soda Park Loop to the West Aqueduct Trail.

Flume begins as a paved access path, before passing through a T-intersection and transitioning to dirt. Ride due south through the intersection in a corridor between a golf fairway to the east and a residential homes to the west.

The trail turns 90 degrees left (east) and continues in this corridor between residences and the golf course, climbing a bit more steeply. Flume eventually crosses a paved cart path between two tee-boxes, across the cart path again, then descends past Rossetter Trail on the left to Keystone Ranch Road, directly across from West Aqueduct Trail.

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Jun 28, 2017
Crazyjerr Tucker
Jun 23, 2017
Jennifer Tyler
Jun 5, 2017
Joseph Tosello
Real fun downhill 1.1mi
Oct 23, 2016
Harvey Bierman
Jun 5, 2016
Sarah Mc
Sep 27, 2015
Gosia Lieske
Aug 25, 2015
Mark Ridenour
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  4.0 from 6 votes

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If taken from Keystone Ranch Rd it is some really fun flowy downhill. Once you hit a hard right it is more level slower ride. Nov 4, 2017

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