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Corner Canyon Front and Back

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16.2 Miles 26.1 Kilometers


85%

Singletrack

2,310' 704 m

Ascent

-2,309' -704 m

Descent

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

20%

Max Grade (11°)

6,223' 1,897 m

High

4,665' 1,422 m

Low

Shared By Michael Gibby

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A 16-mile loop from the Equestrian Center.

Michael Gibby

Dogs No Dogs

Features eMTB allowed

Overview

This loop explores both sides of Corner Canyon using a connector into the Alpine side then back using Ann's Trail. Amazing views, a decent climb, and a fun downhill.

Need to Know

Suncrest Road is busy so be careful crossing.

Description

Head from the Equestrian Center to Rattler then up the Corner Canyon Rd (could also go up Ghost Falls Trail). At the meadow, go up Peakview Trail to Pork-U-Pine. Up the Hog Hollow Road to the Hog Hollow Connector then through the new construction area, cross Suncrest Drive, then pick up Eagle Crest Trail to the top.

Head down Vertigo Downhill then up South Maple Hollow Trail to the top again. Pick up the Maple Hollow Downhill Trail then connect to Ann's Trail West. Head down Potato Hill Trail then back to Equestrian.

This is a good loop with many bailouts and connectors that could be used instead. Mix and match as you like. For a more aggressive downhill, use Levitate Downhill instead of Vertigo Downhill.

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