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Ceran St. Vrain to Miller Rock

 3.4 (13)

6.2 Miles 9.9 Kilometers


85%

Singletrack

897' 273 m

Ascent

-897' -273 m

Descent

6%

Avg Grade (3°)

26%

Max Grade (15°)

8,625' 2,629 m

High

8,028' 2,447 m

Low

Shared By Jeremy Franz

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A fun lollipop with great views.

Jeremy Franz

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Overview

A fun intermediate out-and-back near Allenspark.

Description

A fun lollipop trail that climbs to Miller Rock, a beautiful viewpoint. While the trail is not very technical, it does have a couple of narrow sections traveling high above South St. Vrain Creek where a mistake would be unpleasant (trust me, I've been there, done that). I'd recommend riding the loop at the top in a counterclockwise direction. There are sweet views into Indian Peaks and Rocky Mountain National Park if you gain Miller Rock at the top of the ride.

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Jun 23, 2018
tkessel Kessel
super cool adventure trail, awesome camping back on there with cool rock formations
May 19, 2018
dave van tol
walked
Apr 29, 2018
dave van tol
Dec 26, 2017
Dave Reed
Gtg to the loop, then tough hike a bike to the top with surfy goodness on the down 7mi
Oct 6, 2017
tkessel Kessel
Sep 19, 2017
Charlie Johann
Sep 14, 2017
Ben Lewis
This was definitely harder than the description led me to believe. BUT the trail was beautiful, and the views from Miller Rock were awesome.
Jul 14, 2017
Rowan Charron Puccia
6.2mi

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  3.4 from 13 votes

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in Jamestown

#2175

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in Jamestown

#263

in Colorado

#2,175

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3,036 Since Dec 29, 2015
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A Clark  
Just hiked this trail. I've ridden it a number of times many years ago. Its more technical than I remember with sustained rocky and loose climbs. A few rocky tributary crossing, rocky bridge start, steep loose climb with tech finish. It may be a more of a challenge to people than the description suggests. Just saying. Don't expect a simple ride in the woods. Jun 18, 2017

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