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Capitol Peak Trail

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3.1 Miles 5.0 Kilometers


Singletrack

147' 45 m

Ascent

-153' -47 m

Descent

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

7%

Max Grade (4°)

2,924' 891 m

High

2,845' 867 m

Low

Shared By Glenn Ladehoff

Conditions


All Clear 40 days ago
a foot a snow in Lubbock, but the trails in PD are clear and perfect. Excellent set of trails, especially Comanche and Rock Garden. Rode the Rim trail for the first time. Beautiful views. History

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A technical singletrack with good flow and options.

Glenn Ladehoff

Dogs Leashed

Features -none-

Texas State Park - follow the rules. No horses.

Description

This loop should be ridden in both directions due to the fact that it is totally different in both directions. Capitol can be accessed from the Lighthouse Trail or from a small trailhead off of Park Road 5 just after the Lighthouse Trail Parking lot. It is fun in either direction and if you can, you should ride it both ways.

It is probably one of the rockiest (if you can even say that about PDC) trails in the canyon, but it has great flow. Don't let a few sections of technical riding keep you off this trail, the payoff is worth a little skill-work.

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  4.1 from 16 votes

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  4.1 from 16 votes
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Fun little loop with a bit of technical up and down. Oct 25, 2017

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