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This new singletrack is a long, hard climb from east to west with tree clearing in progress.


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Map Key

2.8

Miles

4.5

KM

Singletrack

10,779' 3,285 m

High

10,299' 3,139 m

Low

613' 187 m

Up

138' 42 m

Down

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

17%

Max Grade (10°)

Dogs Unknown

E-Bikes Allowed

The trail is open to hikers, mountain bikers, horses, and dirt bikers.

Description

This trail is technically intermediate but earns the slightly more difficult rating due to some of the climbs. The first part of the trail from the east provides excellent views of the 10 Mile Range including Breckenridge Ski Resort.

The east part of the trail is newly constructed and needs rain and riding to firm up. The western part of the trail is rocky with some roots mixed in. The trail provides access to the Lincoln Park area of the Golden Triangle and the top of the Side Door Trail.

Tree clearing is in progress between the new and old sections of the trail, so be aware and respectful.

Contacts

Shared By:

David Jones with improvements by Steve Snigs

Trail Ratings

  2.1 from 8 votes

#107

in Breckenridge

#35589

Overall
  2.1 from 8 votes
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Trail Rankings

#107

in Breckenridge

#3,299

in Colorado

#35,589

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Photos

View from high up on One Step Over
Jul 7, 2019 near Brecken…, CO
The One Step Over cabin sign
Jul 7, 2019 near Brecken…, CO
The One Step Over cabin just uphill from Golden Gate Loop (GH 39) and Prospect Hill Road (GH 38) intersection.
Sep 29, 2014 near Brecken…, CO
Mine Tailings in the Golden Horseshoe
Jun 16, 2014 near Brecken…, CO
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Aug 25, 2020
Michel Bernier
almost completely torn up by dirtbikes, close to the point of being non-passable to mountain bikes.
Jun 7, 2020
Parker Wrozek
a bit of mud. several of the switchback and climbs are pretty messed up from the dirt bikes. still mostly rideable though.
Jul 16, 2017
Ryan Legg
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