Expert – Middle Cement Creek Trail Loop

Ride Details

Difficulty:
Distance: 5.1 miles
Climb: 992
Descend: 992
Avg. Time: 45 minutes
Trail Type: singletrack/doubletrack

Description

You may have ridden it last fall, or perhaps you volunteered to help build it, but hopefully by now you’ve put some rubber down on Phase 1 of CBMBA’s latest and greatest trail: Middle Cement Creek (aka STUMPjumper)! Designed by mountain bikers and built by mountain bikers, the full Middle Cement Creek Trail will be completed in three phases over three years and is part of a larger plan to have non-motorized singletrack from Crystal Peak Pass to The Caves trailhead.

When completed in 2022, Middle Cement Creek Trail (MCCT) will be 4.6 miles of ripping, hand-built singletrack through rugged Rocky Mountain terrain. It will also incorporate the existing 1.5 mile social trail known as Fenceline into the network to complete the connection between Lower and Upper Cement Creek Trails.

This route includes a map and audible turn-by-turn instructions that work offline when downloaded in the CBGTrails mobile app.

The order of trails is:
– Lower Cement Creek Trail
– Walrod Road (4WD track)
– Warm Springs Trail
– Middle Cement Creek Trail
– Lower Cement Creek Trail

The route gets a difficult rating because Middle Cement Creek is an expert-level trail. This route will take anywhere from 40 minutes to 70 minutes for most people to ride on a mountain bike. This lollipop loop starts and finishes at the western-most end of the Lower Cement Creek Trail.

Map

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