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Dennis Weaver Memorial Park

Intermediate
 3.6 (5) RECOMMENDED ROUTE

A simple set of singletrack loops that provide a great cool-down after riding the other RAT trails.


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3.1

Miles

5.0

KM

100%

Singletrack

7,164' 2,184 m

High

6,952' 2,119 m

Low

291' 89 m

Up

303' 92 m

Down

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

22%

Max Grade (12°)

Dogs Unknown

E-Bikes Unknown

Overview

A simple set of loops on all singletrack that is typically ridden as a great follow-up after riding the other Ridgway Area Trails. This area has great views from the top of the mountain ranges all around.

Description

Access this loop from the Dennis Weaver Memorial Park parking area off of Riversage Dr from Hwy 550.

Head out on this singletrack loop that can be ridden in either direction. The loop undulates with the contours of the hills and valleys of the park and has some aerobic climbs as well as some good, flowing descents.

Be sure to visit the local bike shop, Cascade Bicycles, in Ridgway for the latest printed trail maps.

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  3.6 from 5 votes

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  3.6 from 5 votes
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At the high point of the loop
May 20, 2015 near Ouray, CO
Boot Hill Summit at Dennis Weaver Memorial, Ridgway, Colorado.
Jul 28, 2020 near Ridgway, CO

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Aug 21, 2022
Ethan Grunt
Oct 17, 2021
Shane Metcalf
Sep 3, 2021
Steph Osan
Sep 1, 2020
Alex Haugen
Jul 6, 2019
W M
Not as fun as the nearby RAT trails but easier and close to the paved trail as well. Still a fun trail. 11mi — 1h 16m
Jun 25, 2019
Karen Lutfey
May 26, 2019
Arno Gaarthuis
Bit bumby and a lot of hikers with dogs unleushed. No issues though. Better head over to the RAT trails! 3.1mi
May 4, 2019
reed porter