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High Lonesome Trail

 4.4 (5)

6.5 Miles 10.4 Kilometers


Singletrack

890' 271 m

Ascent

-395' -120 m

Descent

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

17%

Max Grade (10°)

10,432' 3,180 m

High

9,585' 2,922 m

Low

Shared By Jeff Ruhle

Conditions


All Clear 92 days ago
Mostly Dry - Damp, not muddy. Not many trees left down. History

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A very rocky, rooty, and steep trail. Excellent views of alpine fields surrounded by the divide.

Jeff Ruhle

Dogs Off-leash

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Description

Parking at the Devil's Thumb Trailhead off CR 128, follow the signs towards Devil's Thumb. The first intersection you'll come to (shortly after the first big alpine field) will be the Continental Divide Trail (CTD). Take a left, and keep following the little markers for the CTD. The trail is very well worn, so this shouldn't be a problem. However, this is where the trail starts getting steep in sections and the rocks/roots make their appearance.

You'll continue on the CTD until you reach the Columbine Lake Trail, where you'll take a left and quickly come upon the Junco Lake Trailhead/Parking Lot. From here, you can continue down to Meadow Creek Reservoir, or turn around for a mostly downhill ride back!

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Sep 9, 2018
Patrick Burns
Not progressive, not flowy. Technical and slow as all hell. And a great place to remember why you started playing in the mountains.
Jul 14, 2018
Connor McLaughlin
many trees down but very fun.
Aug 17, 2017
burnindaylight Davis
Sep 19, 2015
Gee Toe

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