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Pikes Peak Loop Trail

 3.3 (10)

4.8 Miles 7.8 Kilometers


Doubletrack

376' 114 m

Ascent

-426' -130 m

Descent

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

10%

Max Grade (6°)

7,556' 2,303 m

High

7,238' 2,206 m

Low

Shared By Randall Hulsey

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All Clear 10 days ago
Dry - Sandy in spots wit some washed out ruts from the recent heavy rains History

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A nice, beginner loop through the Cathedral Pines subdivision.

Randall Hulsey

Dogs Unknown

Features -none-

Family Friendly This is a very beginner/kid-friendly trail.

Description

The trail runs around the edge of the Cathedral Pines subdivision. Some areas are in the trees, but a lot more of it is open after the Black Forest fire. This trail features some nice flowing roller-coaster rides on the north side. The trail skirts the edge of some homes/lots. Either direction (CW or CCW) results in a nice downhill with gradual climbs back out.

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Aug 19, 2018
Jonas Reynolds
Aug 5, 2018
Sara Salisbury
Amazing
Jul 9, 2018
Adam Fisher
some deceptive climbs
Jun 18, 2018
Shane Emerson
Apr 28, 2018
Matthew Jacobberger
Caleb R. and I rode most of the loop then cut off into the perimeter trail for another 3 miles. 4.8mi
Mar 17, 2018
PJ S
Jan 7, 2018
PJ S
Sep 8, 2017
Cory Davis

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  3.3 from 10 votes

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J Erik Hartel
Monument, CO
J Erik Hartel   Monument, CO
This is a nice beginner route. It is quite possible to fly around this loop, but is is essential to watch your speed because of the many other users (pedestrians, runners, baby-joggers) on this trail. Sep 20, 2016

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