Snowshoe Hare

 7 votes

3.8 Miles 6.0 Kilometers


Singletrack

604' 184 m

Ascent

-962' -293 m

Descent

9,270' 2,826 m

High

8,721' 2,658 m

Low

8%

Avg Grade (5°)

25%

Max Grade (14°)

All Clear

11 days agoUpdate

A rocky, rooty, loose trail always going up or down.

Nick Wilder

Overview

You'll need a CO Parks and Wildlife pass to park a vehicle. Day passes are self-pay and cost $7 (cash-only).
Features: eMTB allowed
Dogs: Leashed

Description

Advanced riders may enjoy the challenges of big roots and lots of rocks, but most riders will have to walk long sections of the trail, though the park service may be slowly rebuilding it (already done at the far western end).

This trail seems to be going steeply up or down virtually all the time. You wander around aspen and pine forests with occasional openings, but never any big views.

Most riders (certainly intermediates and below) will find Mule Deer Trail Golden Gate State Park and others in the park more enjoyable.

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All Clear 11 days ago
Dry - There's no reason to ride this trail with so many other good options around
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Getting forecast...

As of August 2015, large portions of the trail are still quite rocky. This varies between fun, technical rocky, and obnoxious loose, riding your rear brake on the climbs rocky. Aug 8, 2015


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