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Level: Intermediate
Length: 110 mi (177 km)
Surface: 4x4 Trail
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +712/840 ft
Total: 16 riders

Mountain Biking Stillwater Pass

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#156 of 1,340 mountain bike trails in Colorado
#1,281 in the world

There are a lot of trails here rangong from dirt road to 4x4 roaad to singletrack. On some of the
trails you get into beautiful meadows with marshs and streams. Farther up is the singletrack.
Grab a map either at the Granby Ranger station or the Grand Lake Visitor Center and just

First added by Lancefan on Jun 20, 2007. Last updated Apr 28, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
From Grand Lake get on to Highway 34 heading South, as you near Lake Grandby there will be a sign on the right saying Stillwater Pass 1/4 of a mile away. Take the next right and keep following this road. The road will soon turn to dirt and there will be a parking lot on your right, drive past it. Later on there will be a sign at an intersection with an arrow to the left says Idleglen Staging Area. Take the left and park at Idleglen Staging area which is a little bit further and on the left.
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  • grandlakejames

    Rode this trail as an out and back last week. Rode Gilsonite to Wolverine and then continued on Wolverine to the trail opened onto the tundra. It was a fabulous ride. Even rode through a new avalanche path that ripped through the trees in the last two years. Trail is fairly clear of trees. Great backcountry trail.

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  • Carlos Ramos

    One of the hardest uphills(wolverine) i've done in colorado and in some parts of the trail it gets pretty. The beggining is a bit rough as they are a lot of downed trees. The directions on here are a little off but still great technical climbs. Again the uphill is tough, but the downhill is unreal, mix between black,blues and greens. The higher elevation, the rockier it gets.

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  • ltjpunk387
    Reviewing Gilsonite Trail:

    Entrance is well-hidden behind some trees. Easy to ride right on by.

    Lots of steep climbs and bike hikes. Some short, some very long. Quite a few loose rocks in sections. Quite a few downed trees in the lower section.

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  • grandlakejames

    There are a lot of great trails in the area. Most are motorized and get a lot of use on the weekends by four wheelers but during the week, the trails are empty. Spruce-Em-up-Jack trail is sweet (doubletrack), Gilsonite Trail is awesome (singletrack), Bull Mountain (doubletrack) and Trail Creek (doubletrack) are also good.

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  • Lancefan

    This is a geat area just to explore, they have a lot of neat trails for all skill levels.

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