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Level: Intermediate
Length: 4 mi (6.4 km)
Surface: Other
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: +363/323 ft
Total: 43 riders
 

Mountain Biking Berry Creek Loop

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#433 of 1,335 mountain bike trails in Colorado
#4,141 in the world

Fire road / doubletrack climb to singletrack through rocks and Juniper/Sage scrub. Counterclockwise along Berry Creek access road, continue right at top of initial switchback for @ 1 mi. to entrance to Endo Alley (on left, marked). Continue right and head down the winding singletrack, descending to the gate and trailhead.

First added by SLOWGATOR00 on May 19, 2009. 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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Getting there
From I-70 Exit 163 go south on Beard Creek road up the hill going west. Just past Shaw Cancer Center make right onto Moonridge Dr. and left into Berry Creek access area (park on right).
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  • John Fisch
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    I got more out of this ride than I expected based on the previous reviews. The dirt road is mostly moderate with a couple steep pitches thrown in, but it is pleasant, kinda' scenic, and free of automotive traffic. The downhill is an absolute blast, although it is interrupted by a significant climb midway. But the downhill has great variety with flowy bermed trail interspersed with narrow, watch-yer-handlebars dodging through the pinions, and at least a dozen good optional small to moderate air opportunities--truly a great trail for satisfying riders of mixed ability/aggressiveness.

    The only drawback is that it's short, but it's also a fun one on which to do laps.

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  • Endo Alley
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    Most of the descent for this trail has been rerouted or refurbished by the Forest Service in the last year. It is in much nicer shape than before.

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  • methodmode
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    Dope trail nice climb on jeep road. Busy with mixed use traffic. No water for the dog after the first 1/4 mile

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  • Jesse Doll
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    Great trail for Intermediate riders. Double Track climb to Single Track descent. The singletrack may be a little technical for beginner riders but you can always go back down the double track if you feel uncomfortable. Fun trail but it does get very hot and dusty towards the middle of the summer.

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  • beastwithin
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    This is a fine trail for early season or a quick ride before or after work. Long fire road to a short bit fun singletrack.

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  • [email protected]
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    Good afterwork trail...if you are visiting the area and looking for a classic ride go to eagle or vail...
    I personally get really bored biking up fire roads...would rather be on singletrack the whole time! I would also call this trail a Green, not a Blue. The ascent is on a road, and the downhill has no drops, sharp turns, or grades steep enough to warrant a true blue trail ride.

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  • RidelikeUstoleit
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    Great trail. 45 minutes up the FS road, down endo alley. Open and dry on 5/26/10.

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  • takenreality
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    Great early season loop. Takes about 45minutes at a strong pace to do the loop. Downhill section has been changed slightly in the early summer of 2009.

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  • jaked101
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    Starts out flat and turns up some relatively steep grade road climb. Its a boring climb up but the downhill is pretty fun. Do it in spring or after some consistent rain. It gets moon-dusty if it dries out too much.* Review edited 5/27/2009

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