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St. Mary's Trail

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3.5 Miles 5.7 Kilometers


Singletrack

2' 1 m

Ascent

-2,143' -653 m

Descent

12%

Avg Grade (7°)

40%

Max Grade (22°)

9,902' 3,018 m

High

7,761' 2,366 m

Low

Shared By Mike Reisenleiter

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A flowy descent with a few technical sections.

Mike Reisenleiter

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This can be ridden up and back, or can be connected with other trails in the area. The trail is flowy and fun, and most of the technical sections have a few different lines. Like most trails in the Pikes Peak region, the decomposed granite creates a loose over hard pack soil. Be careful! Hikers love this trail, you should too, though!

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Jun 13, 2018
Vance Fast
24mi
Jun 2, 2018
Allen Tanner
Sep 25, 2016
Sam Gosney
Aug 31, 2016
Patrick Yarbrough
Pretty good coming down, several sections of hike a bike going up though.
Oct 11, 2015
Thomas Dahbura
Very nice trail but it's an out and back

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  3.6 from 10 votes

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  3.6 from 10 votes
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St Mary's should be rated separately, for the top and for the bottom. Top, which I would never ride up, is steep with lots of difficult technical sections that would prove very tough for intermediate riders. The bottom section below the falls can be ridden very fast and has great "flow". I suggest riding up Gold Camp to the connector and hit the bottom section for a fun not too stressful day. Aug 24, 2017

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