Bergen Peak Trail

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3.4 Miles 5.4 Kilometers


Singletrack

1,643' 501 m

Ascent

-12' -4 m

Descent

9,666' 2,946 m

High

8,034' 2,449 m

Low

9%

Avg Grade (5°)

26%

Max Grade (15°)

Minor Issues

13 days agoUpdate

A rocky sustained climb.

Matt Thoele

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This trail is a rocky sustained climb to the top of Bergen. Of the 2 ways to the top, this one is slightly less steep and has fewer technical features compared to Too Long. Most features are large rocks and small rock gardens.

The trail has great flow towards the bottom. It's loose over hard pack. Good shade for most of the trail.

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Nov 5, 2016
Raúl Gross
Oct 27, 2013
BlakeV Vanier
Jul 18, 2013
Steve Lercher
Jul 17, 2013
Luke Bouck
did a loop with this trail, too long and meadow view which was about 10.1 miles long 3.4mi

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  3.7 from 12 votes

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Minor Issues 13 days ago
Snowy, Some Mud - A lot of mud and snow at the top but overall pretty great!
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It's not too steep, but the technical sections require you to pay attention. The correct line isn't always obvious until you missed it. I think it's better to plow over the bigger features than getting stuck in the tight constrictions where you'll hit pedals and what not. It was my first time so we'll see how the second ride goes. I might try going up too long because this could be a more fun decent. Though i bet too long is a challenging climb. Oct 29, 2013


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