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Everkrisp

Intermediate
 4.1 (22)

A new trail developed to give a connection from Minturn to Eagle Vail Trail.


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Map Key

4.1

Miles

6.6

KM

Singletrack

8,570' 2,612 m

High

7,882' 2,402 m

Low

708' 216 m

Up

821' 250 m

Down

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

21%

Max Grade (12°)

Dogs Unknown

E-Bikes Not Allowed

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Description

This is a new trail in 2019. This trail is a connection from Minturn to Eagle Vail Trail. Also this gives legal access to the Whiskey Creek trail.

In the 1920's, the meadows in this area were the property of the Everkrisp Lettuce Company (I kid you not - Minturn was "the lettuce capital of America"). Hence the name!

The trail includes moderate climbs on switchbacks, deep and beautiful aspen forests, open meadows (filled with wildflowers in July and early August), and great views of the surrounding mountains.

Contacts

Shared By:

Ryan Williams with improvements by Nick Wilder and 1 other

Trail Ratings

  4.1 from 22 votes

#1

in Minturn

#732

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Photos

Flow with a view
Jul 13, 2019 near Minturn, CO
Aspen forest in the fall.
Oct 9, 2019 near Minturn, CO
Finding flow in Minturn
Jan 16, 2020 near Avon, CO
Two way traffic and smiling faces
Jul 13, 2019 near Minturn, CO
Great views from the switchbacks
Jul 13, 2019 near Minturn, CO
Everkrisp Trail looking east to the Gore Range and Meadow Mountain.
Jul 21, 2019 near Minturn, CO

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Check-Ins

Aug 9, 2020
Corey Werner
10mi — 2h 00m
Jun 23, 2020
Bret Cunningham
The way down for first time — 3h 30m
Sep 29, 2019
Jason Anderson
great fall colors, non-technical, flowy descent
Sep 29, 2019
Tim McCabe
Aug 14, 2019
Jeff Kurtz
Rode Whiskey Creek parking lot, up 12 switchbacks and then east to Meadow Mountain. Bike path back to EagleVail and the brutal Whiskey Hill climb lot 8.9mi — 1h 15m
Jul 28, 2019
Greg Howard