Length: 8 mi (12.9 km)
Elevation: +1,457/1 ft
Total: 30 riders
Mountain Biking Abrams / Worlds Greatest
#335 of 1,345 mountain bike trails in Colorado
This is one of the best trails in Eagle County, if not Colorado. The uphill is fairly easy with winding switch backs through the junipers, and a few downhill rollers during the climb to keep you cool. There are 2 pretty tough climbs that will get your lungs going near the top.
The downhill of Worlds is amazing. Fun and techy at the top with some rocks to navigate and some berms to pump. Once you reach the lower section the singletrack widens a little bit, and you will reach an alley where there are 6 foot high walls to do turns on....one of the most fun trail sections ive ever encountered.
You will have to hop over the fence at the end, and ride your bike to the RIGHT up the bike path back to the school. Cheers!
First added by [email protected] on Aug 18, 2011. Last updated Apr 28, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
- Drinking water: unknown
- Lift service: unknown
- Night riding: unknown
- Pump track: unknown
- Restrooms: unknown
- Fat bike grooming: unknown
- E-bikes allowed: unknown
- Fee required: unknown
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Park at Brush Creek Elementary. If you arent familiar with Eagle, from the interestate wind your way through town and turn LEFT onto Capital street. Go straight through your first stop sign and you will drive through the shops in Brush Creek. Turn LEFT at your second stopsign onto Eagle Ranch Road, the school will be on your left.
TO THE TRAIL: Turn RIGHT out of the school parking lot and bike uphill on the bike path. About 200 yards after Seabry St there will be a fork in the bike path, take a RIGHT. From here, you will see the trailhead for Abrams on the right. You will be on singletrack the whole way up...just stay right on any forks that you may encounter while ON singletrack. You will finish the climb at a double track, where you will turn LEFT and head slightly more uphill.
From here, you will encounter Worlds Greatest on the RIGHT. Simply take this down and stay right on any forks that you may see...