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Homestead Trail

 11 votes

2.6 Miles 4.2 Kilometers


Singletrack

446' 136 m

Ascent

-138' -42 m

Descent

7,780' 2,371 m

High

7,406' 2,257 m

Low

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

11%

Max Grade (6°)

All Clear

98 days agoUpdate

Some rocks and roots, but another nice and easy intermediate option.

Nick Wilder

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This trail rolls up and down, but never too steeply or for very long. Compared to other trails in the area, it's a little bit rockier with a few more roots, but still not much. There are some fun sections of flat granite that you can ride right over. The descents are fast and flowing, and not very steep, so you can go quite fast.

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Aug 1, 2017
Staci Stallings
Jul 5, 2015
j k ray
This was awesome - like Moab in spots. Rode Charlie's cut off then past the turn and hand to ride back up but worth it
Jun 20, 2015
Matt Chan
Aug 20, 2014
Roy Hobbs

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All Clear 98 days ago
Dry: Great! Despite all the rain lately, the sandy trails shed water well. A few standing puddles on Charlie's & Skipper.
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Geoffry Lee
Denver, CO
Geoffry Lee   Denver, CO
Super fun easy down hill section of the greater Buffalo Creek trail system. Best if you take Charlies Cutoff on the way down. Finishes with Sandy wash trail. Not lying about the sandy, makes for some interesting white knuckle, bar dragging corners. Jul 16, 2014

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