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Iron Springs Trail #9040

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0.8 Miles 1.2 Kilometers


Singletrack

96' 29 m

Ascent

-22' -7 m

Descent

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

12%

Max Grade (7°)

9,263' 2,823 m

High

9,189' 2,801 m

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Shared By Andy Hardy

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A fun singletrack that parallels the bike path in Frisco.

Andy Hardy

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Description

The trail starts at a right hand corner on Miner's Creek Road two-tenths of a mile from the parking lot. Somewhat confusingly, there is only a sign post for the East Meets West (FS Trail #9042) at the entrance to this trail. They both share this intersection with Miner's Creek Road.

To continue on the Iron Springs Trail: immediately after leaving Miner's Creek Road bear left and follow the twisting singletrack northeast.

After a short forested section, the trail opens up and you'll see the hospital, and bike path to your left. After four-tenths of a mile, the trail turns uphill, heading away from the hospital. You'll reach a fork in the trail with no sign. Bear left and ride through a grassy field before heading up a short, steep doubletrack that meets the east end of the East Meets West (FS Trail #9042)

The East Meets West (FS Trail #9042) will appear as a sandy flume trail heading to your right. Also, at this intersection, the trail continues as a doubletrack called Iron Springs Road. Due to a Hwy 9 re-route, this road has been shortened considerably.

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Sep 26, 2017
Jonathan Trout
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