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Beaver Mountain Trail

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This is a long, steady climb up the Forest Service road for about 5 miles leading to more single track climbing for another 2 miles. It gets steeper the closer you come to the pass. The downhill is then incredible with one short uphill section in the middle. You'll have to go through 3 fences; one on the uphill and 2 more on the final descent so pay attention.
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Trail Directions
Ride East of town to the "Lost Lake" forest service road on the south side of Hwy 160. Ride up the road for about 5 miles and take your first right. This turn will lead you to the trail head. Ride this one clockwise.
Trail Length
20 miles or so
Trail Level
Trail Type
Singletrack & Fire Roads

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Review Date
October 2, 2001

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Ridden Once

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Reviewed by: James , from Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA

This trail is similiar to the Tewksberry Trail as it just plain rocks. I just got back a few days ago. It's best to ride this part of Colorado in September as the aspen leaves are golden. Some of the leaves had already fallen in some of the higher elevations causing a "rose petal" effect laid out just for me on the trail since there was not another sole in sight for the whole ride. I wandered off the main trail to some of the other single track at the plateau of the last descent but only came to a dead end about 3 miles south in a canyon by a creek. This is really a fantastic trail.

Recommended Route:
Clockwise ending near the Beaver Creek Campground.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Tewksberry Trail

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