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J-Pole Trail to Watershed Start

 3 votes

1.8 Miles 2.9 Kilometers


Singletrack

114' 35 m

Ascent

-466' -142 m

Descent

9,239' 2,816 m

High

8,825' 2,690 m

Low

6%

Avg Grade (4°)

35%

Max Grade (20°)

All Clear

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Fun narrow singletrack and fast doubletrack into the Beaver Brook Watershed.

John Feir

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Park at the Witter Gulch parking area and descend down about 0.1 miles to the singletrack branching off to the left. This is a fun, narrow singletrack which connects to the Beaver Brook Doubletrack. There's an easy to miss sharp 90 degree turn into a switchback about a mile in.

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All Clear 55 days ago
Muddy, Snowy, Some Mud, Icy, Fallen Trees - This is a branch trail in a clear creek county park. Used heavily by deer and elk hunters, dog walkers, and families complete with tepees made from the numerous fallen trees. Steep climb on busy doubletrack back to your car. Elk meadows or cone are much better rides.
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Derrick Nedzel
Wheat Ridge, CO
Derrick Nedzel   Wheat Ridge, CO
I agree with John's description: narrow, twisty, moderate climbing and descending single track. A very pretty, fun ride thru the forest. I rode in fall, downed leaves and pine needles made route finding challenging - i rode clockwise and had trouble finding the right turn where the trail heads back to the double-track. this is a nice addition to other nearby trails. Oct 8, 2017

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