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Seven Bridges Trail #622

 3.2 (5)

1.9 Miles 3.1 Kilometers


Singletrack

0' 0 m

Ascent

-1,448' -441 m

Descent

14%

Avg Grade (8°)

35%

Max Grade (19°)

9,080' 2,767 m

High

7,632' 2,326 m

Low

Shared By Allen Tanner

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Minor Issues 15 days ago
Dry - Tons of loose dirt, seems like dirt bike damaged trails History

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A connector between Pipeline Trail #668 and Gold Camp Road - Top of Chutes to Bottom of Buckhorn.

Allen Tanner

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Description

This trail is a connector between Pipeline Trail #668 and Gold Camp Road - Top of Chutes to Bottom of Buckhorn.

It can be ridden as an up-and-back, as part of a loop with Jones Park, or a bail-out option from any of the upper trails.

The trail is popular with hikers and trail runners, and has a number of technical features that are quite challenging while climbing. There are better trails in the area that are recommended. There is a series of seven bridges that criss-cross North Cheyenne Canyon Creek, giving the trail its name.

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Jan 20, 2018
Alvaro Cubillos
Nov 27, 2017
Kyle Reid
Surprisingly warm and dry
Jun 26, 2017
Allen Tanner
Sep 25, 2016
Sam Gosney

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  3.2 from 5 votes

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Patrick Yarbrough
Colorado Springs, CO
Patrick Yarbrough   Colorado Springs, CO
This is probably the most crowded (with hikers) of any trail in N. Cheyenne Canon/ Jones park. Defintiely not recommended. May 16, 2016

 
Good to know. Thanks! May 16, 2016
Awesome downhill trail with some good technical sections, and a few really challenging spots. Avoid during the weekends for hiking crowds. Sep 7, 2018

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