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Spring Creek Trail (159)

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3.0 Miles 4.8 Kilometers


Singletrack

901' 275 m

Ascent

-246' -75 m

Descent

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

19%

Max Grade (11°)

10,112' 3,082 m

High

9,355' 2,851 m

Low

Shared By Nick Wilder

Conditions


Minor Issues 1 day ago
Some Mud, Fallen Trees - Some branches on the trail along with some mud and cow patties but still very rideable. History

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From high alpine to mid-altitude desert, this trail has a little bit of everything.

Nick Wilder

Dogs Unknown

Features eMTB allowed

No bicycles or motorcycles October 1 - May 15.

Description

Starting on the north end, this trail is quite easy and pleasant for the first half mile as it winds through aspen and pine forest. It breaks out into semi-desert territory and begins to climb for quite a while, and some folks will have to hike-a-bike, though the only excuse is lung capacity!

Enjoy some nice high views before heading back into forest for a technical, rocky section. Though the trail doesn't climb or descend much here, it will take some time to navigate the rocks.

You'll hit the Robertson Pasture Trail, where you should probably take a right turn to complete the Abajo Loop: Spring Creek to Robertson Pasture, though the trail continues on to the left for a short ways before ending.

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#306

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#8,073

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