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Level: Intermediate
Length: 2 mi (3.2 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Out & Back
Elevation: +1,041/ -1,224 ft
Total: 8 riders

Mountain Biking Horseshoe Gulch

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#773 of 1,353 mountain bike trails in Colorado
#7,986 in the world

The Horseshoe Gulch trail is an old doubletrack that is continuing to narrow down to singletrack that connects between the Colorado Trail and Soda Creek. It's a pretty mild trail, with some climbing.

First added by Greg Heil on Jul 10, 2015. Last updated May 1, 2020. → add an update
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  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: yes
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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  • Jim Cummings

    The Horseshoe Gulch Trail near Breckenridge connects Co Rd 6 to Keystone Ranch Road. It goes north from a car park on Co Rd 6 and crosses the Colorado Trail after about half a mile and continues to climb a total of 300 feet to reach almost 10,000 feet before descending about 400 feet. It's an historic trail that takes the path of least resistance across the range - it goes up through a gulch! It has no charm as a mountain bike trail and is quite steep in places. Only the very strong will avoid a bit of pushing.

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  • Greg Heil   ✓ supporter

    Not all that great on its own, but it does provide a crucial connector between two other good trails.

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