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Level: Beginner
Length: 3 mi (4.8 km)
Surface: Fire Road
Configuration: Out & Back
Elevation: +552/520 ft
Total: 24 riders
 

Mountain Biking Greenbelt Plateau

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#1050 of 1,344 mountain bike trails in Colorado
#10834 in the world

An extremely mild, easy trail. Gentle climbs and descents on coarse gravel that's very stable. Extremely few rocks. A good trail for teaching your kids to ride off the road, or for a newly converted roadie.

The trail ends at Highway 93, where you can connect to Community Ditch (if you head west, be careful crossing the highway) or the Marshall Mesa trails. There's also a connector trail shortly before the end that will lead to the eastern section of Community Ditch.

First added by dr_albright on May 10, 2020. Last updated May 10, 2020. → add an update
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Getting there
From Highway 128 heading west, turn right into the trailhead just before the intersection with Highway 93. You have to be on the westbound side of Highway 128, so if you're coming from Highway 93, do a u-turn shortly after you turn onto 128.
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  • John Fisch
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    Like many area trails, this is nothing special itself, but makes a nice warmup to other more interesting trails in the area.

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  • dralbright
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    Nothing real special, but a good trail for hesitant beginners (it's where I completed my first trail ride). Also connects to a lot of surrounding trails, so you can make your ride as long as you want. Be extra careful on the highway—depending on where you're going, you may have to cross it or ride along it for ten yards or so.

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