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Crosier Mountain Biking Trail

Basics
Location:
Near Glen Haven, north of Estes Park
Setting:
Mountainous
Length:
8 miles round-trip
Difficulty:
Intermediate,
Advanced
Aerobic Difficulty:
Difficult
Time To Allow:
2 to 3 hours
Elevation Change:
2050 feet
Season:
Spring to Fall

Description

This is a delightful mountain singletrack trail, surrounded by the stunning scenery of the Front Range and Rocky Mountain National Park. The trail is steep with switchbacks and some rocky sections, and climbs most of the way to the summit. Due to erosion, the final ascent to the peak should be made on foot.

Details

Location:
Near Glen Haven, north of Estes Park
Setting:
Mountainous
Length:
8 miles round-trip
Difficulty:
Intermediate
Advanced
Aerobic Difficulty:
Difficult
Time To Allow:
2 to 3 hours
Elevation Change:
2050
Season:
Spring to Fall

Map + Directions

Basic Directions
From Estes Park, head north on Devil's Gulch Road until you reach Glen Haven. Just south of the town at the livery stables is the marked trailhead to Crosier Mountain.

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