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dblack Eagle's Wing

Trail

2.5 mile 3.9 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Extremely Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 345' 105 m
Descent: -729' -222 m
High: 5,728' 1,746 m
Low: 5,005' 1,525 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 8% (5°)
Max Grade: 18% (10°)

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A technical, downhill, directional trail with a stunning overlook. A Tabeguache original.

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Trail is directional. Clockwise travel only!

Description

Eagle's Wing is one of the original Tabeguache trail network moto trails. Combined with Tabeguache Trail, it began the mountain bike movement in the area.

The trail begins on Tabeguache Trail between Widowmaker Hill and Little Park Road. With the construction of Lunch Line, a more mountain bike friendly climb, the lower section of the trail is not used as much.

The trail tops out at a stunning overlook above Andy's Trail and The Ribbon, with 360 degree views of the Colorado National Monument, the Book Cliffs, and the Grand Mesa.

From here the trail descends a rough and tumble track along the ridge above the western leg of Andy's Trail. The trail passes first the Eagles Connector then High Noon on the right. Each connect back to Tabeguache Trail.

The trail terminates at a three-way intersection with Andy's Trail and Eagle's Tail.

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Apr 10, 2018
Eric McCue
13.1mi
Nov 25, 2016
Chris Stroh
Apr 11, 2015
garreth debiegun

Trail Ratings

  3.9 from 8 votes

#10

in Lunch Loops

#6812

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#10

in Lunch Loops

#702

in Colorado

#6,812

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