Stone Quarry Tour
ElevationAscent: 865' 264 m
Descent: -866' -264 m
High: 8,195' 2,498 m
Low: 7,885' 2,403 m
GradeAvg Grade: 3% (2°)
Max Grade: 13% (7°)
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“A nice little tour of the offerings at Stone Quarry.”— Brian Smith
Electric Mountain Bikes Unknown
Family Friendly This is a good zone for families - you can easily shorten the ride, the trails are not inherently technical but you can make them more challenging by playing on optional rock features along the way.
Need to Know
Briefly follow the road to the north and look for Jer's Lair to branch off to the left. A quick pedal on Jer's will bring you to yet another junction - stay right here to join Monster Slayer.
Monster Slayer is a winding trail that's made great by the line choices. The actual trail is routed such that most beginner/intermediates will be challenged but not in over their heads. Advanced and expert riders will find tons of opportunity to choose their own adventures as the rock formations here beg to be ridden. Bottom line: take your time riding this one and keep your eyes out for fun lines on the rocks.
When you're done on Monster Slayer, bang a right onto Duran Land and enjoy more of the same. At about mile 5.5, you'll come to a point where Duran Land veers sharply left near a barbed wire fence. If you follow it, it turns into a doubletrack so it's recommended to turn around here and retrace your path.
When you get back to the junction with both Monster Slayer and Jer's Lair, choose your own adventure. Jer's Lair is much more direct (as mapped here) but if you're looking for extra miles and want to mess around on the rocks some more, ride Monster Slayer back in the other direction.