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Curt's Lane

 12 votes

Length

1.0 Miles 1.7 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

55' 17 m

Ascent

-202' -61 m

Descent

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

14%

Max Grade (8°)

4,880' 1,487 m

High

4,680' 1,426 m

Low

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The beginning, or ending to many great rides in the Lunch Loops.

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Overview

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Description

Curt's Lane is the initial climb, or final descent to and from the eastern portion of the Lunch Loops. The trail traverses the ridge immediately east of the Tabeguache trailhead parking lot.

Curt's Lane begins at the north end of the Raven Ridge trail. There are both singletrack and doubletrack lines in the initial section of the trail along the ridge. After these converge Curt's Lane descends through a few technical switchbacks to the trailhead.

Kid's Meal and Three Sisters trails both spur off of Curt's Lane near the trailhead.

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Check-Ins

Apr 10, 2018
Eric McCue
13.1mi
Apr 7, 2018
Weston Neiffer
Oct 21, 2017
S Johnson
An absolutely beautiful descent, with just enough to make it fun. Not to be missed. Perfect way to end a perfect day at Lunch Loops.
Apr 12, 2017
Karim Bekka
Fun section to bomb back down to the parking lot. 1mi
Apr 7, 2017
David Romer
Mar 17, 2017
Tyler Newman
Oct 15, 2016
Brian Saeger
Sep 4, 2016
Patrick Jensen

Trail Ratings

  4.2 from 12 votes

#4

in Lunch Loops

#3695

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  4.2 from 12 votes
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#4

in Lunch Loops

#317

in Colorado

#3,695

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Karim Bekka
Wyoming
Karim Bekka   Wyoming
Fun section to bomb back down to the parking lot. Apr 16, 2017

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