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Greenhorn Mountain Biking Trail

Basics
Location:
North of Gypsum, west of Vail on I-70
Length:
25 miles round-trip
Difficulty:
Beginner,
Intermediate
Aerobic Difficulty:
Difficult
Time To Allow:
3 to 4 hours
Elevation Change:
1700 feet

Description

The Greenhorn Mountain Trail follows historic wagon roads through pinyon-juniper and sagebrush vegetation. Deer and elk can often be seen in the area. Several side trails connect to other biking areas.

Details

Location:
North of Gypsum, west of Vail on I-70
Length:
25 miles round-trip
Difficulty:
Beginner
Intermediate
Aerobic Difficulty:
Difficult
Time To Allow:
3 to 4 hours
Elevation Change:
1700

Map + Directions

Basic Directions
From Gypsum, take Eagle County Road 51 north toward Dry Lake, about 4 miles, and turn right on Road 51A, past the model airplane airport and through old mill. Turn north and make a loop below Greenhorn Mountain and Cottonwood Creek back to the old mill.

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