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added by Guest on December 31, 2002
 
The main trail follows a small river, up to the top. However, there are a lot of cutoff trails, and it's hard to get them all in on one day. Downhill is kind of rocky, so it's a bit tiring. Have fun!
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potson62 on April 9, 2014
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Review: Today was my first time riding deer creek and the legend definitely proved itself to be true so I will stick to current conditions. From The bottom section of Plymouth until the first fork (maybe a quarter mile past "the wall") is still about 50 percent covered in packed snow and ice. I made a right at the first fork and it cleared up to only intermittent patches of snow after that. Red Mesa loop was phenomenal and barely had any ice. If you do this ride in the next couple of weeks remember to press through the snow and it will clear up for you. Great, difficult, technical ride

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Mac10Matt on October 24, 2013
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Review: I would echo most other reviews on this trail. The 'Advanced' section of Plymouth Mtn Trail (the MTB portion of the park) is the climb up (the base of the lollipop that this trail forms) while the other parts are more Intermediate. The 'wall' is a hike-a-bike up (I'm sure there's a guy out there that can do it), but everything else is possible with some good technical climbing skills. The upper loop has some fun and even flowy sections depending on the direction you ride. I recommend riding the top loop of counter-clockwise if you want more downhill, albeit rocky. Clockwise is more rocky climbing and smooth downhill. Use this trail as a good benchmark for fitness and technical climbing ability. Watch for hikers and horseback riders on this trail, especially when you're bombing around corners on that tough climb. You may want to open it up on the downhill, but there are people everywhere on nice days.

Similar Trail: Bergen Peak

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Rockymtnhigh on September 29, 2013
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Review: I'm just getting back into riding after 20 yrs. I might have walked most of this trail but either way it's a workout. Lots of hikers and other riders so be careful.

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CarterHeinemann on August 20, 2013
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Review: Great ride, good climb, fun downhill.

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semper_1775 on June 10, 2013
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Review: This trail was awesome!!!!! The uphill is steep but very doable. I ride a 26er and had no problem getting up and over the rocks. I also did whatever one calls the "wall" of steps going down with no problem. It's a great cardio trail and the view is just beautiful on the top.

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stumpyfsr on May 10, 2013
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Review: I rate this trail a 5 star because I never rode (some places hiked) such a ridiculously steep and long climb; and only few trails (from my trails list) can compete with such an excellent downhill on the way back. Was lucky to see only few hikers, so wasn't too crowded.
Very well built, maintained and signs are everywhere. Maps are available at the trailhead.
This is deffinatelly a full-suspension territory. If you're in the area and looking for either lung-busting climb or fast rocky downhill, this place fits perfect.

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tetontom on December 3, 2012
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Review: OK, after reading through the reviews on this page, I'm not afraid to admit that I walked some of the sections both uphill and down.
BUT, I now have a "project" and I'm going to keep going back to the Plymouth Creek climb until I get it (hopefully in this lifetime).
Some real heads-up riding on the descent. I can see why this has been the scene of some pretty epic crashes...
Way more interesting riding here than at most of the other J-CO parks.
Lots of hikers and dog-walkers.

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lamlicke on November 26, 2012
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Review: As others have said "The Wall" is no joke. Maybe easier to ride up the steps than to go up through the rocks.

On the weekend trail is just about unrideable with all the other trail users.

Excellent trail though and worth checking out. Keep pushing up the hill and the payoff at the top is worth it as is the trip down.

If you park at the main parking area keep heading down the trail through the small canyon and cross Deer Creek Canyon Road to connect to the South Valley Park trails for more fun.

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delphinide on November 19, 2012
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Review: Technical rocky climb with a few hike a bike sections for all but the best conditioned riders. Mellow, scenic singletrack loops at the top. Amazing DH ride with rock gardens, water bars, jumps, and long technical rocky sections. A lung buster but worth it if you like a little of everything.

Similar Trail: Mt Falcon

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Grunk on November 8, 2012
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Review: WOW!!!!!! This is the closest thing I've seen to a DH trail on the Front Range. You can absolutely shred this on the descent. Tons of waterbars and rock gardens allow for plenty of air/tech time. With that being said, be prepared to earn it on the climb.

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dujafo on September 2, 2012
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Review: This trail has a healthy climb with technical rock areas; be mindful once you get to the upper loops to maintain control, as there are numerous areas where you could shoot off the trail and have a nasty slide/tumble down a steep, rocky descent. In my opinion this is a great trail, but even better for its easy access from Denver.

* Review edited 9/2/2012

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jacobkwarner on July 3, 2012
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Review: Rode this trail for the first time today and it will definitely be the first of many. The first couple miles is definitely no joke and I ended up walking a decent amount but once you get up there the reward is great. I initially rode Red Mesa loop counter clockwise which I don't recommend. As soon as I finished I turned right back around and rode it clockwise which was a BLAST!

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NocTech on May 6, 2012
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Review: Rode this trail around this time last year. Killer climb especially for my first Colorado ride. Made it to the Wall, turned around... Just the first climb killed me, bonked, couldn't go any further. Turned around and took a nasty spill, almost took a trip the Urgent Care for the hole in my hip. Technical climb with a lot of rocks and obstacles. I'll work on my technique and go back.

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sherm500fr on March 26, 2012
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Review: Great trail just to early in the year to ride there. Main trail up had alot of ice and snow. It needs a couple more weeks 3-25-12.

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bbitsky on September 20, 2011
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Review: Plymouth Creek Trail: wow, first 3.2 miles are straight up, almost a 1500 foot elevation climb. Suspension bikes here are a plus, but I dont have one. Very rocky and some very technical spots Not for beginners or kids, unless they are experienced. Instead take the Rattlesnake Gulch trail over Grazing Elk trail then over to Coyote Song for a nice ride.

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ScipioAmericanus on July 22, 2011
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Review: This trail features a lot of variety and scenery, but I wouldn't recommend it for beginners. The lower portion of the trail has a ton of loose rock, which makes it very challenging. When I got to the Wall I almost turned around because I thought I was in waaay over my head, but then I realized everyone else was walking their bikes up too, so I drove on. After the wall there are a couple of other short, steep rocky climbs, but after that it gets much easier, technically speaking. The Plymoth Loop side reminds me of Buffalo Creek in a way, just a smooth roller coaster. I rode this trail around sunset and the view of the Hogback was incredible. The downhill was really fun and there were a few small jumps (going clockwise) that you can catch air on. Overall, I give this a three because I didn't enjoy carrying my bike as much as I had to, but I'm sure that will change as I get more time in the saddle.* Review edited 7/22/2011

* Review edited 7/22/2011

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Nick_Shea on June 23, 2011
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Review: Pretty epic trail, it was a great work out, but it was also really rocky.

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UniballLenny on June 15, 2011
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Review: Wow! So far this is my favorite place to ride in the front range. I love the climbs, yes they are challenging but were not here to ride the easy stuff people! The hardest part is "the wall", other then that its just good uphill, sweat loving fun! Oh and when you ride down "the wall" on your $500 dollar bike passing people walking there $4000 dollar bike, it's a good feeling! After the climb, ride Red Mesa Loop clockwise for the most fun. Great sceanery and great fun. Can't wait to ride this again and again!

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knoxjw on April 29, 2011
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Review: Beginning climb deserves black diamond status. The loops at the top are intermediate; thus, one could hike a bike and still be enjoyed by most.

Similar Trail: Mount Falcon

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MtnBikeMike on April 27, 2011
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Review: Rode this today, some crazy crazy uphill to a BEAUTIFUL scenic view. Then let the downhill rip its amazing! And maybe the best looking place I have ever seen. The Wall was no joke i went down hard hard on it but its a blast!

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maddslacker on March 30, 2011
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Review: This one of my favorite rides in the Front Range. Don't let the double black diamond turn you off, that'd really just one section. The rest is doable by any intermediate rider.

Similar Trail: Apex

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bstat on July 28, 2010
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Review: If you love rocks, Plymouth Creek Trail is for you. The 'Wall' is just after the intersection with the Hiker-only Meadowlark Trail, but parts before "The Wall" are rocky too. Once you get past "The Wall", the trail moderates and is a lot less crowded. I took Red Mesa loop counterclockwise - to each his own. Red Mesa is an absolute blast and is why we endure Plymouth Creek Trail. Plymouth Creek is tough for beginners but doable as long as you don't mind walking a few parts.* Review edited 7/28/2010

* Review edited 7/28/2010

Similar Trail: Apex Trail

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stillfat on May 25, 2010
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Review: Red Mesa Loop is fun, clockwise gives you the best singletrack on the downhill side. Getting too and from the loop is mostly just work, but a good conditioning ride. Lots of trailrunners, hikers, Douglas County housewives walking dogs even midday on a Tuesday - definitely avoid peak user times.

* Review edited 10/3/2010

Similar Trail: White Ranch

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case2525 on May 25, 2010
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Review: Rode this morning. Great conditioning ride. Rode Red Mesa counterclockwise (saw a huge black bear) then Plymouth counterclockwise as well. I think you have better downhill riding them counterclockwise, more jumps off the water bars. Overall a great ride especially how close it is to the metro.

Similar Trail: Mt Falcon

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John_Goodrich on August 23, 2009
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Review: Where do I start? Well, you start with a nice long technical climb past the "Wall of Shame" and if you are one of the few, proud, bicyclists who pass this then continue climbing to a smoother and more relaxing ride in the beautiful foothills of Colorado....

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BFD on August 16, 2009
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Review: Kicked My Butt. The climb isn't just steep; it's super rocky - making for some really challenging line-picking. What a gut-buster! I didn't end up riding the Red Mesa Loop at the top (read: p***ed out!) but I did have fun on the Plymouth Mtn. Loop, some fun rolling single track and amazing views of the everything east of the Front Range. The descent is (surprise) as rocky as the ascent, my hands got tired/cramped from the jarring smack-down the trail was dishing out. All fun though. I would have given the trail a 5 but there were TONS of hikers and a few tried to tell me (incorrectly) that bikes weren't allowed on the trail I was on. (Be aware, there are a few sections of this trail system that are Hiker Only, however these are clearly marked.)

Similar Trail: White Ranch, Apex Park

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sspragu3 on August 7, 2009
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Review: Climb up to the wall is not really what most call fun. Very steep in sections and loose all over. After the "wall" trail is stable and good for the rest of the ride. Red mesa is rolling and fast, just make sure to ride clockwise. Descent is fun, but over too fast. After work ride for sure.

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flip8u on June 30, 2009
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Review: I don't really like the initial climb up, I prefer climbs that I don't have to get off the bike. I also prefer longer downhills so you don't blow your hard work so fast. But the upper loops are solid.

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barrycroker on October 16, 2008
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Review: A most excellent ride very close to Denver. There are some very challenging climbs and rough sections on the lower portion, but also some very fast rolling climbs up high. The lower portions did seem to have a lot of traffic at times, and you have to be careful on the blind corners for hikers. If you are not confident with technical riding, the first few miles will be very challenging. If you persevere, you will be rewarded with the upper section that is much less technical and more rolling. As for "the wall", I wouldn't call it totally unridable. If the weather has been dry there is a tough line up (it's a grunt), but coming down is not too hard for most experienced riders. Definatly a good ride for the soft-tail. I would recommend riding up around Plymouth Mtn CLOCKWISE, then over to Red Mesa and down for about 1.5 hours at a good clip. Definatly a favorite on the front range.

Similar Trail: White Ranch

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osutammy7 on August 16, 2008
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Review: WOW this trail is a lung buster to get up (I had to walk my bike for half of the climb). The trail at the top is a fun and fast loop and coming down is worth the treck up. There is an awesome rock section to test out your technical ability, but there are stairs along the side in case it's too tough (I didn't see anyone conquer it while I was there!)

Similar Trail: Dakota Ridge

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mspain9089 on July 15, 2008
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Review: Be sure you are prepared for a multi-disciplined and grueling uphill, and a rugged, expert-level, downhill. If weather gets nasty, which is what happened to me, you will appreciate the extra $$ you spent on your ride. An off-the-shelf hard-tail just won't do it. You should get a T-shirt if you survive this one.

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John Fisch on May 30, 2008
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Review: This is a great trail network close to the city. It has two distinct personalities. The first is the absolutely brutal climb, which includes the infamous "Wall of Shame," a steep rock garden that will shame just about everyone. Once on top, however, there's some great cruising through the trees with occasional million-mile views over the plains. If you're a strong aerobic and techncial rider, you'll love the climb. If not, fight your way through anyway as the top will be a good ride. Beware, this network is very popular, especially on weekends. Head up the Plymouth Creek Trail, do a lap on the red Mesa Trail and, if you've still got the legs, hit the Plymouth Mountain Trail on the way back down.

Similar Trail: Dakota Ridge

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BobinConifer on May 13, 2007
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Review: Nice after work ride for C-470 commuters. The first couple of hundred yards can be pretty crowded and there are a few bottlenecks where I've run into large groups of walkers. I definitely like the "wall" before the stairs but it's still fun. Maybe a little easier now since there aren't as many options. I didn't realize this obstacle was worthy of a nickname but it makes sense. I seem to remember making it up once many years ago but everytime I've tried in the last several years I haven't come close. Maybe next time...

Similar Trail: Mt. Falcon

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BarDev on April 22, 2007
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Review: The trail is a up hill challenge, definitely for a early spring ride. An above average rider should be able to ride 95% of the trail. I have only seen one person ride up the wall, 100 yards or step rock with a high water bar to start it out. I have seen some people go down the wall, but most walk there bike down this section. All but this section is doable for the average rider. The first half of the ride is a tough climb with technically challenging areas. The second half includes two loops which are doable by most riders. There are very few technical sections above the wall. I recommend doing the Plymouth Creek loop counter clock wise. If you do this loop counter clockwise all the switchbacks and narrow single track will be downhill. There is a fairly .5 mile steep climb at the start of the loop, which is not technical at all, but after the climb there is some great down hill, narrow single track with a few short climbs. I believe Red Mesa loop is better done clockwise. I donít have a very good reason for this, but it seems that you can cost more going this direction. I believe this is one of the better technical accents near the Denver area. Itís on par with Mt. Falcon. This last time I rode the trail it took me 25 minutes to make it to the wall. To do the complete trail round trip with the Plymouth loop took me about 1:15 minutes. Location on Maps.Live.com

* Review edited 4/22/2007

Similar Trail: Mt Falcon

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Lancefan on December 1, 2006
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Review: This trail has some great climbs and in return some great down hills. Try to do all the mountain bike legal cutoffs. That makes for an even better trail.

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yellowdman on June 23, 2006
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Review: I've been riding this trail since it first opened! It's an Awesome trail! I will say it's a killer at the start but once you get beyond the hard rock wall climb your golden as it get's easier from there. This rock wall is not for beginners! For me it's not extreme but for most people out there it is! be very careful! I know guys who think they're bad ass but when they see the wall they get off and walk down, it's not bad but you can't be scared. If you have any doubts get off and walk down. Going up it is another story. I use to go up it with no problem but the wall has changed over the years and it's well it's a pain now and I've so far only made it up 3/4's of the way to the start of the stairs and I'm just having a hard time getting any further but the day is comming! :) Over all this trail is pretty hard but if you don't mind getting your b*** kicked at the start (the wall) you'll have an easier time doing the loops up top like red mesa. Have lot's of fun and be careful!!!

Similar Trail: Bergen Peak because it's technical

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jbersch on May 22, 2006
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Review: Very nice combination of single/double track here. Two main loop are available once you climb the monsterous, rocky first section. Plymouth Creek and Red Mesa are both pretty much in the shade most of the time, rocky & sandy for the most part. I rode straight up to Red Mesa Loop and went counter-clockwise (clockwise probably would have been a funner decent), then I went all the way back down and checked out some of the easy S. Valley Park trails among the very cool red stone formations. I believe the total elevation gain is over 2000 feet, so yeah.. prepare to climb. Lots of hikers down low, very few the higher you go. Plymouth Mtn. is also a great loop. Awesome, rocky singletrack. More directions: 470 to S. Kipling Pkwy (Go south about .1 miles). Right turn on W. Ute Ave, go about .5 miles. Bear right on Deer Creek Canyon road, go west approx. 3 miles. Left turn onto Grizzly Drive, parking lot on the right after a few turns.

* Review edited 9/19/2007

Similar Trail: Apex, Chimney Gulch

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MarkZahn on November 11, 2005
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Review: I don't get it. The rock section that they added stairs too is extremely technical, it easily ranks the top of technical according to Decline Magazine, they rated a trail less technical than DCC as a "double black diamond". I went to DCC 9 times over the summer, and not once did I see anyone go down or up the "wall" rock section with the stairs. It's exhilerating, I rode this section 6 out of 9 times going, and I fell 3 times. I eventually got the hang of it and now it's a feeling of excitement I can't even explain. One guy said 1 in 500 bikers are able, that might be but he should try it, he'd be surprised how able he might be. I rate this entire park & series of trails a 9 of 10 or 5 stars, I've done Apex, Falcon, Green Mountain, Enchanted Forest. I see they chopped some of the rock section, in fact the best part, the top. Why they did this is inexplicable and it did not need to be done.

* Review edited 8/7/2011

Similar Trail: Dakota Ridge is tougher technically but not strenously as there is no climbing difficulty there.

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c3667 on September 27, 2005
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Review: This trail was a ton of fun . You get a false sense of ease for the first mile or so. after that you get to climb your behind off. This is one of the only trails I have had to use my granny ring in a while. The rock sections are pretty cool and fun to try to manuver around. There is a LOT of hiking traffic so watch out for bipeds.

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mtberman on January 16, 2005
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Review: This place is crowded at the bottom sometimes so beware and be patient. I agree that the lower part can be a challenge, with tough sections, steep ascents, other users, and varying trail conditions depending on the weather. There's often still patches of snow at the top in early June. Plymouth clockwise followed by Red Mesa clockwise is my preference for the most fun. I don't think I've ever had a bad ride here. Be prepared because the whole park is pretty big, and it's almost 100% ride-able without a lot of walking and portage. Take your time, and the reward is some fun stuff once you're away from the hikers. Most of them are finally clued in and are staying on the "hiker only" trails, so it's gotten easier to relax & just ride on this great trail.

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Guest on September 3, 2004
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Review: The directions above are poor. To get there you take Deer Creek Canyon off of Kipling (south of C-470). Follow the signs and you can either (a) park right after Grizzly Rd., or take a left on Grizzly and go up to the parking lot on the right. Once on the trail, you have a couple choices. Its basically two lollipops-the Plymouth Lollypop and the Red Mesa Lollypop. If you take the Plymouth Lollypop, go PAST the first left for Plymouth and when you get to the sign for Red Mesa and Plymouth, go left on the Plymouth. That will loop back to that spot you originally past, and you can head back down. Your other choice is to take the right onto Red Mesa. After going a little ways on that trail, you will reach another fork. You can go either way, but I prefer going clockwise. In fact, the best ride is to go up the climb, do the Red Mesa clockwise, come back down, and then do the Plymouth counterclockwise. That is the best way to get the most of this trail. Word of caution--the first couple miles of this trail is a fairly BRUTAL uphill, highly technical (coming down this stretch is technical too). There is one particular stretch that I think 1 in 500 bikers can do. I am not one of them. I ALWAYS have to walk up this certain section. JeffCo just laid some steps on that section, which was considerate. All in all, this is a compact, challenging and technical trail that is underrated. But if you aren't up for the technical challenge, you'll hate it. For those that can get by those tough first couple miles, the loops up top (Plymouth and Red Mesa) are completely sweet, fun sections. Come tall or don't come at all.

Similar Trail: White Ranch

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Guest on December 31, 1969
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Review: Take a look at the sign at the trailhead. Bikes are only allowed on certain loops.

I like to ride up to the main fork and head right. Go up to the next fork, and take the loop around clockwise. Descent back to the first fork, and head up the other side.

There are a couple of serious hills (,8 on difficulty), the rest is good single track (,5-6 on my scale)

Be careful on weekends - the lower section of the trail is PACKED with hikers these days.

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jeff on December 31, 1969
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Review: Yeah, the first 1.5 miles are pretty steep. You'll be pushing your bike a good bit. Once you get past the steep stuff, there are two loops you can ride. I recommend staying on the Plymouth Creek Trail until you get up to the Red Rock Mesa Loop. Ride this loop counter clockwise. Come back down Plymouth Creek trail but turn back up Plymouth Mountain Trail. This trail is well worth the climb because it has a good bit of singletrack, switchbacks, jumps, pretty much everything. Not too many hikers once you get up to these two loops. Combined you can get a little over 8 miles in.

Similar Trail: Mt. Herman trail in Monument.

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