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Copper Peak Trail

 7 votes

Length

4.4 Miles 7.1 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

513' 156 m

Ascent

-494' -151 m

Descent

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

17%

Max Grade (10°)

1,544' 470 m

High

1,048' 319 m

Low

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A tour down to the Black River and then up to the top of the historic ski jump on flow trails.

paul anderson

Overview

Open summer season.
Dogs: Off-leash

Description

A great singletrack ride on machine-built flow trails. Start at the bottom of the ski jump lift where parking is available. The entrance is right behind (south) the visitor's shop. The first leg of the trail brings you downhill to the Black River. Stop and enjoy the view of the river.

Ride uphill until you reach the ski jump landing area near where you started. Keep right and you'll cross the asphalt road and then continue on the Ski Jump Spur, climbing up to the top of the hill where the ski jump is. Take in the gorgeous view of the entire area with a view for many miles.

The downhill back to the parking lot has many fun, bermed corners, jumps, bridges and fun, play features. The beginner section of the trail is what is shown as the start and end on this map. That is a more mellow grade, good for beginners.

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Aug 15, 2017
Mike Piazza
I unwittingly missed the my turn to the ski jump, so I missed the best part. 3.9mi
Jul 29, 2017
Jake Strutz
Great view from the top of the hill followed by a sweet flow trail. 4.4mi
May 24, 2016
Russell Johnson
Tue night ride over 36 people 5.7mi
May 16, 2016
Russell Johnson
My Home place 5mi

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  5.0 from 7 votes

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