Quarry Mesa Ride
ElevationAscent: 312' 95 m
Descent: -312' -95 m
High: 6,757' 2,060 m
Low: 6,465' 1,971 m
GradeAvg Grade: 3% (2°)
Max Grade: 11% (6°)
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“A short but satisfying loop around the mesa to end with some flow lines.”— Michael Linde
Family Friendly You can ride up the truck road and the Mesa Trail Loop is very easy. Going up the singletrack side is more challenging.
Riding the mesa in the opposite direction involves a more challenging climb through the sandy section. But, turning around when you return to the intersection is a great way to add some mileage before continuing down. Whether you do just the one loop, or add the reverse loop, head down the Quarry Mesa Access Road and then hang a left on the Access Road Connector.
Riders will briefly find themselves on a paved path that allows access to the Bike Park Entrance Trail by a short connector. Follow this up to reach any of the three flow lines that descend to the corral. You may even want to try them all, or the nearby jump lines before calling it quits and heading back to the parking lot.
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Need to Know, Features, E-Bikes Allowed
Local Club: 6202 Cycling Club
Mar 5, 2019: I-25 South Gap Update!
Sep 8, 2018: Recap: Coffee ride to Monk & Mongoose
Sep 5, 2018: Oct 21, 2018: Urban Assault Destination Ride
Land Manager: Town of Castle Rock, CO - Parks, Open Space and Trails