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Catamount (313)

 4.0 (3)

5.3 Miles 8.6 Kilometers


Singletrack

604' 184 m

Ascent

-167' -51 m

Descent

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

9%

Max Grade (5°)

8,009' 2,441 m

High

7,556' 2,303 m

Low

Shared By Robert Stump

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Turkey Spring's main circuit and high-speed connector.

Robert Stump

Dogs Unknown

Features -none-

Cattle, horses, and wildlife are present in the area. Temporary trail closures can be expected from time to time. Keep all gates closed.

Description

This main trail through Turkey Springs connects many of the other trails in the area, making the possibilities for loops nearly endless. The trail traverses mainly Pine forest, passing by an occasional pond and wanders through an occasional aspen grove.

Catamount boasts a gentle grade from one end to the other and avoids old doubletrack and rock for the majority. It begins at Powerline and connects Boulder, Round Park and Creek in the south. It shares a brief roll on rocky doubletrack with Newt Jack before continuing north on singletrack to connect with Park Ave and the namesake Turkey Springs.

This trail is just far enough away that cows and other bicycles are the typical encounter, with hikers and runners being more rare.

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Jul 3, 2017
James Russell
part of awesome 3mi
Jun 18, 2017
Karen Kammann
Aug 27, 2016
Carlos Slater

Trail Ratings

  4.0 from 3 votes

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  4.0 from 3 votes
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Rankings

#701

in Colorado

#6,238

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