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Dadd Gulch

 4.4 (17)

3.4 Miles 5.5 Kilometers


Singletrack

1,439' 439 m

Ascent

0' 0 m

Descent

8%

Avg Grade (5°)

17%

Max Grade (10°)

8,479' 2,584 m

High

7,040' 2,146 m

Low

Shared By Cody Terkhorn

Conditions


All Clear 57 days ago
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Well covered, tight singletrack.

Cody Terkhorn

Dogs Unknown

Features -none-

Description

This trail might be one of the best hidden gems in the northern Front Range. Dadd Gulch is fast, fun, has a bunch of stream crossings and is far enough away from any major cities that the traffic on trail is minimal. The ascent isn't very challenging and there is only one portion that exceeds a 17% (guess) grade. Once to the top of the trail you have the option of doing a lariat on not well shaded fire roads or bombing back down the way you came.

The descent is fast, flowy, but not too steep keeping things well within intermediate difficulty. The streams keep you cool and the lack of foot traffic keeps the descent continuous. Also, there are many small jumps that are either water bars or have been built by others that can be used to get a little air time.

All in all, it's a very fun trail and worth the drive. Link it up with Hewlett Gulch on your return into Fort Collins for even more singletrack.

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Sep 18, 2018
Emilyanne Durbala
3.4mi
Sep 2, 2018
Kelly Hoffman
Did this as part of a bigger, 17 mile loop from the campsite on Pingree. Low traffic, fun descent. 3.4mi
Aug 26, 2018
Bill Kalinowski
Aug 18, 2018
Cody Terkhorn
6.8mi — 1h 30m
Aug 17, 2018
Cory Bonnell
Jul 21, 2018
Kody Krien
Fun morning ride! Trail is dry and wasn’t busy.
Jul 10, 2018
Fred Gibson
Jul 1, 2018
Brandon Strobel
8.1mi

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  4.4 from 17 votes

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  4.4 from 17 votes
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#586

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Great traditional style trail, i.e., rocks, roots, steps, some technical features to get over -- just enough to keep it interesting. Not a new-style buffed out flow trail. Rode this in late August and most of the stream crossings were dry. Beautiful tree cover provided nice shade or the ride, and included pine and aspen. There are some steps, loose sand steeper sections, creek crossings, and some punchy sections out of the creek crossings. Loved the ride -- super fun! Aug 26, 2018

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