Front Range Trails

Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, Arizona, Alaska, Hawaii, and New Mexico mountain bike trails and conditions.
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Re: Front Range Trails

Postby Gdb49 » Sat Dec 29, 2012 12:16 am

mtbgreg1 wrote:
Gdb49 wrote:I have no life, very boring person, leaves a lot of time for riding. Along with an obsession to get good at this sport-tired of sucking!!!


If you ride all those trails next year, I can guarantee you that will NOT be boring!

When I'm done, I'll only be a couple hundred trails behind you. I should get them in next season- at least 90% of them if not all. Bought my bike in June and rode that many trails this year, so I have a chance. Already have a few knocked out. Can't wait to hit the Fruita, Grand Junction, Moab areas, the videos look amazing. Will take the Betterrides class in Fruita in Spring, thanks to the advice of all of you. Any great winter riding in Colorado? South Shore Pueblo is the only spot I know of so far. Live in Colorado Springs, but willing to travel.
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Re: Front Range Trails

Postby arkinet » Sat Dec 29, 2012 10:33 pm

Gdb49 wrote:I have no life, very boring person, leaves a lot of time for riding. Along with an obsession to get good at this sport-tired of sucking!!!

sounds like you're not married too, eh :D ?
enjoy the rides man, I live in Littleton within a few hours drive from a lot of great trails here in the front range. Just got the mtb bug and I can always hear the trails calling too, but have to work it around my family duties :D
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Re: Front Range Trails

Postby John Fisch » Sun Dec 30, 2012 8:47 pm

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Gdb49 wrote:Okay, I've made the list for next season. Took all the Colorado trails listed on the top 100 and added all the trails listed on this thread. I will also hit Crested Butte and Fruita heavily and sneak a couple out of state trails. Thanks for all the input, could not have put together this high of a quality of a list without your help.
Buffalo Creek
Monarch Crest
Colorado Trail
18 Roads Trail
Trail 401
Kokopelli Area Trails
Hall Ranch
Lair O’ The Bear
3 Sisters/Alderfer
Bergen Park
Mount Falcon Park
Doctor Park
Peaks Trail
Red Rocks/Dakota Ridge
Brockover Mesa/Turkey Springs
White Ranch
Lunch loop/Tabeguache
Phils World
Palmer Park
Walker Ranch
Deer Creek Canyon
Apex Park
HTMP
Hermosa Creek Trail
Falcon Trail
Hartman Rocks
Copper Triangle
Centenial Cone Park
Reno/Flag/Bear/Deadman
Red Hill
Golden Gate Canyon
Cheyenne Mtn State Park
Limbaugh Canyon
Monument trails/ Stoopid Trail
Peaceful Valley
Sourdough Trails
South Saint Vrain
Buchanan Pass
Devils Backbone

Pueblo South, Ute Valley Park, and Palmer Park for the winter!!!


dang, that is a lot of riding!


Hit me with a PM when you want to hit any of the Springs area trails if you want a tour guide. I'll be particularly happy to guide if you still suck :mrgreen: !
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Re: Front Range Trails

Postby Gdb49 » Tue Jan 01, 2013 12:55 am

Has anyone rode the Wasatch Trail in Telluride? Does it belong on this list? Looks insane, killer views. Is it too difficult for the average guy to ride?
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Re: Front Range Trails

Postby revans1961 » Tue Jan 01, 2013 3:25 am

For us that dont know these trails what state is that in.
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Re: Front Range Trails

Postby Gdb49 » Tue Jan 01, 2013 12:45 pm

revans1961 wrote:For us that dont know these trails what state is that in.

Sorry about that- Colorado. Bugs me when others forget to give their area and here I go and do it. Telluride is a mountain/ski community. Watch the video and read the reviews on here- it's crazy beautiful and just plain crazy.
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Re: Front Range Trails

Postby maddslacker » Tue Jan 01, 2013 1:54 pm

By definition, anything in Telluride would not be considered "Front Range"
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Re: Front Range Trails

Postby Gdb49 » Tue Jan 01, 2013 7:01 pm

maddslacker wrote:By definition, anything in Telluride would not be considered "Front Range"

Good point.
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Re: Front Range Trails

Postby Funrover » Wed Jan 02, 2013 12:45 pm

Nice list, I have done many, but not all. I may have to join ya!
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Re: Front Range Trails

Postby Gdb49 » Wed Jan 02, 2013 8:13 pm

Funrover wrote:Nice list, I have done many, but not all. I may have to join ya!

Any time, you're always welcome.
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Re: Front Range Trails

Postby GimmeAraise » Mon Jan 14, 2013 5:08 am

does anyone know if Arkansas hills trail system is riding right now???
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Re: Front Range Trails

Postby mtbgreg1 » Mon Jan 14, 2013 9:14 am

GimmeAraise wrote:does anyone know if Arkansas hills trail system is riding right now???

IDK about right now specifically, but I've heard that in general they stay mostly dry all year long.
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Re: Front Range Trails

Postby John Fisch » Mon Jan 14, 2013 9:42 pm

Give Absolute Bides in Salida a call. They stay current on local trail conditions.
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Re: Front Range Trails

Postby GimmeAraise » Thu Jan 24, 2013 4:14 am

63 and sunny in Salida Today. The Trails are in great shape! I'll post a short clip in a few days...... but man was it sweet to ride on Jan 23 in warm weather! ahhhh :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
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