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Waterin' Hole Loop

 3.7 (16)

1.4 Miles 2.3 Kilometers


Singletrack

127' 39 m

Ascent

-127' -39 m

Descent

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

10%

Max Grade (6°)

6,285' 1,916 m

High

6,182' 1,884 m

Low

Shared By Michael Netland

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An easy and short singletrack loop with a few intermediate sections to play on.

Michael Netland

Dogs Leashed

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Description

On the Wildcat Mountain network of trails in the HRCA Backcountry Open Space, this loop is an overall easy and fast singletrack with a couple sections of intermediate features to build your skills.

This loop can be accessed by parking at the Rocky Heights Middle School and riding up the Douglas County East/West trail that parallels Monarch Blvd. Once you crest the top of Monarch, you'll see the gate and signage marking the entrance of the Wildcat Mountain Trail area.

This loop can also be accessed more directly by driving up Monarch Blvd from Rocky Heights Middle School, cresting the hill and turning left into a small parking area by the horse corral. From there, it's a short connector ride (0.2mi) to the gate leading into the Wildcat Mountain Trail area.

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Sep 3, 2018
Jason Brock
Did it twice 2.8mi
Jul 10, 2018
Jay Loomis
Jul 8, 2018
Amy Huynh
1.4mi
Jul 8, 2018
Daniel Craven
Jun 23, 2018
Trinity Webb
Jun 13, 2018
Lance Lammers
Really fun singletrack with stuff to play on
Apr 23, 2018
Rob Ups
24mi
Apr 8, 2018
bill ranger

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  3.7 from 16 votes

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  3.7 from 16 votes
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#519

in Colorado

#5,285

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Kevin R  
I think it might be worth mentioning in the description of this trail that the whole system is signed as private property for the use of HRCA members only. Apr 23, 2017
The description says leashed dogs but, like most of the HRCA back country trails, there are no dogs allowed on this loop. Plenty of people walk their dogs on them so I'm not sure anyone regulates it. I don't mind but someone might. There's a little symbol of a dog with a line through it in the trail map photo. Jun 27, 2017

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