Marshall Road Open Spaces
Length: 7 mi (11.3 km)
Elevation: +230/228 ft
Total: 71 riders
Mountain Biking Marshall Road Open Spaces
#1065 of 1,344 mountain bike trails in Colorado
#10955 in the world
This trail is fairly easy except for the first climb. Take a look at the trailhead for the route you would like to take. The trail changes in several directions and make sure you watch for no bikes sign. A lot of this open space is closed to bikers. Nevertheless, ride up to the first intersection over the canal bridge and take a left. This will head east for a bit and then you will start you descent with will u-turn it way back heading west. Follow this trail all the way until it ends at HWY 93. Look over the road to the southwest; there you will see a trail that leads down into Eldorado Canyon. Take this 4x4 road until it ends. At this point it is up to the rider if you would like to head back or make the route into a loop by heading north and then taking paved roads back to the trailhead. Explore around the entire open space. On ascent, you can actually take a jeep road which will take you all the way back to Superior. However, if you do not know the area, stick to an out and back format for your ride. This ride is great for a recovery ride or great for beginners looking to get comfortable on there bike.
First added by Pain_Is_Relative on Apr 29, 2020. Last updated Apr 29, 2020. → add an update
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Heading South from Boulder on HWY 93, take a left heading East on Marshall Road. The trail parking lot will be on your right hand side. You cannot miss it.
Heading from Denver, take US 36 heading northwest until you get to the Superior/Layfette exit. On the off-ramp intersection take a left heading south. You will pass back over the high way and take a right at the intersection heading toward Wild Oats and Super Target. This Road will turn into Marshall Road. You will stay on this road heading west for about 5 miles. The Marshall Road turn off will be on your left after you pass the cattle range. If you hit HWY 93 you have gone to far. Turn around and look for the trailhead on your right.