Cruise the loops, and session whatever you find interesting.
Great, perfect for beginners to learn and gain confidence.
The trails at North Cheyenne Community Park is a short trail system mostly targeted at beginners, but it throws in a few features to keep more experienced riders interested. There are a number of short/flat singletrack loops around the open space in this suburban park. The western part of the system features some small pump track features, a few step ups/downs, a few berms, and a couple rock features. Unfortunately, there's not enough elevation gain/loss to get the momentum required to really enjoy the features. The eastern loops are a little bit more interesting. There are 3 loops that are designed to give you some variety in accessing the "drop lines". Each of these "drop lines" include rock features with 3-4 opportunities to drop off obstacles 1-4 feet in height. This was a bit more interesting, but again it's hard to get enough momentum to really enjoy the biggest two drops. That said, there are some good opportunities for beginners to build confidence. All significant obstacles have ride arounds, if you prefer the smooth dirt.
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