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Gunny Loop

 16 votes

6.1 Miles 9.7 Kilometers


Singletrack

466' 142 m

Ascent

-1,137' -347 m

Descent

5,533' 1,687 m

High

4,674' 1,425 m

Low

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

39%

Max Grade (21°)

All Clear

48 days agoUpdate

The eastern leg of the Lunch Loops trail system - technical, strenuous with white-knuckle descents.

Don Leinweber

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Description

The trail begins on the east side of Little Park Road near the top of the Tabeguache Trail. The singletrack winds along, climbing steadily towards the Little Park Road trailhead passing first the Gunnector trail on the left, then a short connector back to Little Park Road on the right.

Cross a doubletrack leading back to the trailhead and begin descending. The trail can be a bit rutted, some proceed as ability permits.

Pass Gunnector again on the left and descend to a valley bottom. Wind along the bottom, climb a hike-a-bike and continue rolling to Little Park Road. Cross the road, and continue past the Holey Buckets trail to the terminus on Clunker.

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Oct 16, 2017
John Styrnol
Did Gunny Loop (outer edge) from Little Park Trailhead. 5mi
Sep 8, 2017
Rebecca Dalley
May 31, 2017
Jonathon Johnson
Apr 8, 2017
David Romer
best ride in GJ
Oct 11, 2015
Chris Beveridge
Spent day testing the Yeti SB4.5c riding a bunch of the trails in this system. 6.1mi
Sep 9, 2015
Jim McKee
Mar 8, 2015
Bryan Emery

Trail Ratings

  4.1 from 16 votes

#3

in Lunch Loops

#2838

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#3

in Lunch Loops

#222

in Colorado

#2,838

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