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Italian Canyon Trail

 5 votes

6.1 Miles 9.9 Kilometers


Singletrack

473' 144 m

Ascent

-438' -133 m

Descent

7,768' 2,368 m

High

7,539' 2,298 m

Low

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

12%

Max Grade (7°)

Unknown

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A rolling tight singletrack with great views.

Taber West

Overview

Description

This trail starts about 1/3rd of the way around the Mavericks Trail and goes east from there. It rolls along with a few short, but punchy climbs before opening into some great views to the east and north. From here the grade is much easier and the singletrack drops through scrub oak and sage. You'll pass a small pond and the trail climbs to the north and a great view into the canyon. From here it returns straight west to the Mavericks Trail again.

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Oct 26, 2017
Ethan Davis
6.1mi
Aug 3, 2017
Michele Zimmerman
Fun trail along edge of canyon. Went clockwise 6.1mi
May 30, 2017
Jason Cross
Nov 11, 2016
Camille de Vera
Oct 29, 2016
Jeremy Gonzales
Sep 4, 2016
Sheryl Bower
Riding great
Aug 24, 2015
Mike Sylvester
Jul 23, 2015
Matt Davis

Trail Ratings

  4.0 from 5 votes

#2

in Boggy Draw

#5006

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#2

in Boggy Draw

#528

in Colorado

#5,006

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Mike Sylvester
Oceanside, CA
Mike Sylvester   Oceanside, CA
We added this on after riding the Boggy Draw loop and it definitely added some more challenge with one techy climb (that I didn't se anybody outside of our group make). It had some cool views and you spent at least half the ride under the trees. Definitely worth doing if you need more mileage after riding Boggy Draw. Aug 30, 2015

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