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Bronc Trail

 4.5 (2)

0.4 Miles 0.7 Kilometers


Singletrack

20' 6 m

Ascent

-207' -63 m

Descent

10%

Avg Grade (6°)

20%

Max Grade (12°)

7,308' 2,228 m

High

7,105' 2,166 m

Low

Shared By scout Richardson

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A hand-built flow trail in the heart of Pagosa Springs.

scout Richardson

Dogs Leashed

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Family Friendly With many access points and the option to take it slow, kids will love testing their skills on this one!

Downhill bike traffic only.

Description

From the water tank, the trail drops through a gully with natural berms and then cuts sidehill. After a big right-hand turn, the trail sweeps back with reverse grade fun.

Hit the gap jump or pump through it to a series of S-turns. Drop into the gully again and choose to drop right for the finisher berm!

This trail was built the spring of 2015 with over 250 volunteer hours spent finishing this one up. There are more plans in the future for the hill, so stay tuned for updates!

Keep a heads up for pedestrians. The trail bisects the old Rock'n Roll Trail (not signed anymore but can still see hiker traffic) which has "yield to bikes" signage on the crossovers.

There are a number of trailheads that are located off of Hot Springs Blvd and behind the San Juan Motel.

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Jul 14, 2017
Todd Van Selus
Jul 4, 2017
Adam Boswell
Great downhill trail, smooth no need for your wheels to leave the ground, which is the way I like it.
Nov 18, 2016
Peter Zience
Nov 16, 2016
Peter Zience
Oct 10, 2016
J. Gnarls

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  4.5 from 2 votes

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