Zulu

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1.2 Miles 1.9 Kilometers


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60' 18 m

Ascent

-60' -18 m

Descent

650' 198 m

High

620' 189 m

Low

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

5%

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A challenging loop with steep drops and flow that only works at speed.

William Ganis

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No ATVs or motorized vehicles, no horses, and no riding in wet conditions. Hunting is not allowed in the bike park.
Dogs: Offleash

Description

The trail starts at the top of a hill and flows downwards banking through some walls of small valleys resulting from strip-mining. Following a choice of an expert and intermediate drops, or a beginner bypass alternative to the left, the trail skirts the shores of two small lakes. Riders climb into a section punctuated by some steep drops (saddles) taking riders from the tops of one small ridge to the next. After another significant climb on rockier and narrow track, more steep saddles close out the loop.

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Nov 1, 2016
William Ganis
Oct 30, 2016
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  4.7 from 3 votes

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Bad / Closed 7 days ago

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Lots of smiles on this ride ... especially the final third ... for anyone cruising Interstate 70 with a mountain bike this place is DEFINITELY worth the stop. This is probably one of the best loops in the park, but there's a lot of biking given the amount of land. When I was here in October 2016 there was a lot more trail than signage, but they seem to be working on that. Nov 1, 2016


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