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A connector singletrack between Gold Camp Road and Jones Park.


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Map Key

3.3

Miles

5.3

KM

Singletrack

10,322' 3,146 m

High

10,013' 3,052 m

Low

288' 88 m

Up

548' 167 m

Down

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

12%

Max Grade (7°)

Dogs Unknown

E-Bikes Unknown

This trail is above 10,000 ft and is usually open mid-summer.

Description

From Upper Gold Camp Road, take road 379 North for 1.7 miles. The trailhead begins at this point through the gate labeled 701.

The next mile is downhill fun with jumps along the way. The trail is nearly all Pikes Peak granite, and good tires are a must. There are several stream crossings that keep the excitement going with rivulets coming down from the eastern edge of Amalgre Mountain.

The second mile is all up, continuing on the Pike's gravel and some dirt running through aspen groves. A few rock gardens give a good challenge along the way.

From this point on, the trail descends through pine and aspens, which are sure to make you grin like an idiot, all the way until it meets with Jones Park #667.

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Allen Tanner

Trail Ratings

  4.0 from 8 votes

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Pipeline (668) and Bear Creek (666) Descent.
May 28, 2021 near Manitou…, CO
Trail winding through aspen groves.
Jul 8, 2016 near Manitou…, CO
Flowing singletrack through the pines.
Jul 16, 2016 near Manitou…, CO
Turn off to Pipeline Trail.
Jul 8, 2016 near Manitou…, CO
Downhill jumps make the climb worth it!
Jul 8, 2016 near Manitou…, CO
More jumps!
Jul 8, 2016 near Manitou…, CO
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Aug 12, 2017
Allen Tanner
Jul 8, 2016
Allen Tanner
Lots of fun on this trail. A mix of Jack's, 16 and Jones Park. But at 10,000ft, the 100ft elevation changes feel like 500! 6mi
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