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Feather Rim

 5.0 (5)

3.5 Miles 5.6 Kilometers


Singletrack

459' 140 m

Ascent

-416' -127 m

Descent

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

15%

Max Grade (8°)

4,904' 1,495 m

High

4,555' 1,388 m

Low

Shared By Daniel McCoy

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A must-do Glendo route that is fun, technical, and an "always on" kind of trail!

Daniel McCoy

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Description

To access this trail use Rattlesnake Rim, either by going up the switchbacks immediately below the trail (rideable), or at the further western side of Rattlesnake Rim (for more mileage). Look for the rock cairn that marks the start of the trail (not to be mistaken by the rock cairn for Turkey Spur). This trail feels like a lot more miles than it actually is. It can be ridden in either direction for a different feel either way.

The trail weaves along and just below the rim, undulating up and down through timbered drainages and small meadows. Closer to the end of the trail, expect to hit the more technical aspects of the trail, including a few rock drops and sneaks.

The trail is relentless, offering a lot of movement, do-able, technical challenges, and winding, twisty movement. This trail, like all the other trails in the park, is built specifically for mountain biking, so expect a lot of fun challenges!

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Aug 25, 2018
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#575

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The trail builders that created this one might consider it to be their master piece. Oct 4, 2018

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