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Begin riding up Keystone Gulch Road.About 1/4 mile up Keystone Gulch there is a beaver pond shortly after the beaver pond there is a doubletrack on your right that crosses the creek turn right.You can either cross the creek here, or upstream about 50 yards there is afoot bridge. Follow the trail downstream. After a short distance the trail becomes obivious.The trail follows the aqueduct for 2.5 miles. There are some trails that take off to the right that go down to Keystone Ranch Road and Summit Cove so stay to the left on the main trail.You cross a couple of subdivision roads. At the end of the aqueduct the trail turns to the left uphill. The next few miles is nicely flowing singletrack. It does'nt get any better than this. There are many miles of singletrack just like this in Summit County. You will come out on a road and should be able to see Keystone Ranch in front of you. There are a maze of trails that take off from here. So if you are unfamilar with the area this is a good place to turn arround. If you want to do some exploring, the trail that takes off to the left climbs to the Colorado Trail.Or if you take the road in the direction of the ranch there are some trails that take off to the right. Although this trail is nothing special . It really is. Is the beginning and the end of many great rides in Summit County.It also has a couple miles of singletrack that is so much fun you could ride it all day.
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