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Corral Creek (#530)

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Trail

2.1 mile 3.3 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 0' 0 m
Descent: -742' -226 m
High: 4,785' 1,459 m
Low: 4,043' 1,232 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 7% (4°)
Max Grade: 15% (8°)

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Trail shared by Chris Wandervans

Whoops and a steep creekside descent make this a blast of a trail.

Chris Wandervans

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Can be snow-covered, December through March.

Description

Corral Creek is a motorcycle trail. It has a number of whoop-dee-doos and berms, which have been burned in by motorcycles and are fun to rip on a mountain bike. The area recently burned and is open to mountain bikes, but currently closed to motorized users, so it is nice and quiet out there.

Corral Creek starts with a steep descent down into the creek bottom, followed by some rock dodging, and some off camber sections that keep you on your toes. Once further down, there are some big dips into the creek crossings that will require good handling skills to keep on the trail.

The trail can be loose in the fall and there are some deep water crossings in the spring, but that is part of the fun.

There are lots of connecting trails around that can be used to make this ride into a loop.

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