South Shore Lake Pueblo

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AVERAGE RATING
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3.83 out of 5
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Intermediate
40.0
miles

Singletrack
↑ 9,700 ft
↓ 8,100 ft
4,963
elevation (ft)

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Trail Description
About this trail
These trails offer a huge variety of experiences, from very technical to free running. Great beauty along the rims of canyons and down rock lined gulleys. Views of Lake Pueblo, Pikes peak, front range mountains, tons of wildlife. This network of trails will really get your heart pumping.
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Trail Features
Trail features
  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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System Trails (35)
System Trails (35)
Freeride
Voodoo
Inner Limits
Outer Limits
Route 96
Pronghorn Trail
Pedro's Point
Driftwood
The Buttes
Waterfall
Creekside
South Shore
Cuatro Sinko
Keyhole Canyon
Rock Canyon
Stonehenge
The Edge
Sidewinder
Dead Dog
Lower Dog
Broken Hip
Rollercoaster
Arkansas Point Trail
Rodeo/Rodeo Ridge
Skull Canyon
Rattle Snake
Bones
Quick Draw
Hooters Too
Hooters Canyon
Watertower
Staircase
Conduit
The Duke
Steep Tech
Local Info & Nearby Trails
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Reviews (50)
 

Doubletrack


February 1, 2017
 
Review: great riding in the winter, did 22 miles and there and it was easy nothing technical but good workout and great views...saw 2 Bald eagles and the lake was super pretty

Similar Trail: East West

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Gnarly


March 21, 2016
PHRANQUY Gnarly  
 
Review: While not rich with climbing, don't let the lack of elevation fool you. Most of the trail is beginner to intermediate friendly, and the surrounding views are a site to behold. One noteworthy item, sometimes the reservoir is high and the normal crossing at Boggs Creek to the Voodoo loop is 5'-6' deep instead of 5-6", requiring you to ride up the creek bed to a hike-a-bike (I managed to ride half way up) to the top of the mesa.

From some structures I saw there appears to be some mining history in the area, and there are plenty of cactus to poke your tires too, so be prepared.

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Gramcounter

December 26, 2015
 
Review: This trail system at Lake Pueblo has something for everyone. There are some technical sections and a lot of flowy stuff as well. I went down here the other week when everything else was snowed in. The trails just had a little dusting of dry snow on them. I will definitely be back to get my rmountain biking fix during the winter (as I don't have a fatbike).

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Gnarly

December 1, 2015
rhulsey Gnarly  
 
Review: A nice ride with a few technical spots in the canyons. Tops of the hills are nice and level with wide trails (good for beginners to get some mileage in).

Similar Trail: North Shore Pueblo Reservoir

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Gnarly

November 30, 2015
Brian87 Gnarly  
 
Review: This trail has a little of everything to it. If your a beginner stick to the outside loops. For those that are more advanced you can start diving into the interior more. The trails that dive down into the canyons are more on the advanced side like freeride and broken hip. One of the downsides to this trail is that some of the sections can be filled with tumble weeds. All in all its a great trial to get some miles in.

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Bunny Hop

May 31, 2015
shawnCOS. Bunny Hop  
 
Review: Great trail system, lots of fun turns. Trail is exposed a lot. Beautiful views. I've had over 30 miles in the saddle in the park twice this year and will ride the system again.

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Gramcounter

April 13, 2015
 
Review: Fairly easy, with nice views of the lake

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January 16, 2015
Guest   
 
Review: This place is really great. I rode it for the first time today, and had a blast on my hardtail. It is a huge area and there really is something for everyone. I spent about four hours there and covered a good portion of the park but there are still plenty of runs to explore. I hope to get back later this week. There is lots of easy single track that novice riders can enjoy. More advanced riders can also enjoy much of the smooth single track as well because much of it is really fast with good flow and fun corners and switchbacks to keep it interesting. There advanced/technical trails as well with rock garden, drops and other obstacles for people who like a bit more of a challenge. You can put in a lot of miles of single track at this place pretty quickly, and you can make your ride about as challenging as you want.

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Bunny Hop

November 4, 2014
sjurewicz Bunny Hop  
 
Review: good mix of xc and technical. something for everyone

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Granny Gear

September 22, 2014
 
Review: Rode trails in July 2014. I was simply driving by and stopped to take the chance on the trails for a couple of house. Very gladly surprised by the variety of features and trails. I did not get to ride very far from trail head, but enjoyed the company of one of the trail stewards, who happened to be at the parking lot at the same time. Highly recommended.

Similar Trail: Switchgrass, Wilson Lake, KS

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South Shore Lake Pueblo MTB Trail 3.83 out of 5 based on 50 ratings. 50 user reviews.
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Photo Blog: Day 12: Singletracks Group Ride at South Lake Pueblo, and Bonus Miles North of the Lake
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