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Boulder Run

 6 votes

0.9 Miles 1.4 Kilometers


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Ascent

-238' -73 m

Descent

6,408' 1,953 m

High

6,170' 1,881 m

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5%

Avg Grade (3°)

10%

Max Grade (6°)

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A moderately-technical descent from Blackmer Loop to Coyote Run.

Logan Thomas

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This trail can be accessed from Blackmer Loop about a mile in when riding the counter-clockwise mapped direction of Blackmer.

The trail begins with a small section that quickly meets a dirt road. Stay right to cross the road and to continue on the trail. Here is where it gets fun. A few drops, speed, and climbs over small to large boulders will be sure to put a smile on your face. This is one of my favorite trails to end a ride on.

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All Clear 82 days ago
CMP is great, the trails are in great shape after all the rain lately
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Some of the rocks here will be challenging for a beginner in a few spots Mar 15, 2017
Rick Powelson
Colorado Springs, CO
Rick Powelson   Colorado Springs, CO
Intermediate technical skills will be helpful on this trail. This is a good trail to work on them if you aren't quite there yet. Apr 15, 2017

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