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Moose Meadow Trail

Intermediate
 4.5 (13)

Chunky and bumpy fun in the woods.


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Map Key

1.1

Miles

1.8

KM

Singletrack

8,490' 2,588 m

High

8,294' 2,528 m

Low

196' 60 m

Up

100' 31 m

Down

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

12%

Max Grade (7°)

Dogs Unknown

E-Bikes Unknown

Watch for horses - Hermit Park is popular with the equestrians.

Description

This trail works its way up the hill and through the woods through a series of switchbacks. Once on top of the hill, the trail becomes pretty chunky, with many small to large rocks both around and in the singletrack. Some of the larger rocks are incorporated into the trail design allowing for some small amounts of rock crawling. In at least two places, there are alternate lines.

When heading north to south, the more difficult lines tend to be to the far left, with the easy lines to the right. The difficult lines consist of small rock drops. It's not a particularly fast trail, with many small twists and turns and lots of rocks to navigate around and/or over. Overall, it is a pretty fun trail for riding your bike on.

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Shared By:

Jared Crockett

Trail Ratings

  4.5 from 13 votes

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  4.5 from 13 votes
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#1,143

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Photos

Bumpy fun on Moose Meadows Trail
Jul 7, 2019 near Estes Park, CO
Moose Meadow and Homstead Trail Intersection
Sep 30, 2017 near Estes Park, CO
The rock garden on Moose Meadows
Sep 30, 2017 near Estes Park, CO

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Jun 26, 2020
Tim K
May 16, 2020
Lior Yaakobi
Sep 4, 2018
Patrick Lewis
1.1mi
Aug 25, 2018
Patrick Lewis
May 27, 2018
Emily Dorman
May 20, 2018
Jason Lykins
Sep 30, 2017
Corey Keizer
6.5mi — 2h 00m
Jul 21, 2017
Michael Prochoda
This is an awesome new trail! Even better, they just added 2.5 miles of the new Limber Pine trail which connects in the middle. Limber is fabulous!