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Spruce Mountain Trail

Spruce Mountain Trail


Page Type: Trail

Location: Colorado, United States, North America

Lat/Lon: 39.16068°N / 104.87858°W

Trail Type: Cross Country

County: Douglas

Technical Difficulty: Easy

Aerobic Difficulty: Easy

Layout: Loop

Elevation Gain: 500 ft / 152 m

Length: 7.0 Mi / 11.3 Km

Route Quality: 
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Created/Edited: May 2, 2008 / May 2, 2008

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From DougCo:

Spruce Mountain is a large, tree-covered mesa that is visible from Interstate I-25, Spruce Mountain Road, County Line Road, and Highway 105. The property contains scrub oak, ponderosa pine forest, wet meadows, and rocky cliffs.

This is a nice, easy, really enjoyable trail. There are almost no technical treats, but it is still a nice ride.

Trail Description

Non-technical, sandy & dirt singletrack, some doubletrack from the old fire and access roads.

Getting There

I-25 south to Greenland exit, head west onto Noe Road, head south on Spruce Road. There are 2 THs - one on the east side, one on the south side.

When to Bike

Trail dries out quickly and holds little snow, but expect snow from December-February, depending on snowfall.

Links & Other info

DougCo's Webpage for the park.

Park Map.