Today I rode some of the local trails in the foothills of Boulder. I used to ride these all the time but for some reason I haven’t been up here in a few years.
I started out riding up four mile Canyon to the Switzerland trail. This is an old narrow gauge railroad bed that’s been converted. At the Sugarloaf Mountain parking area I rode 50 yards down a dead end trail to a spot that I like a lot. My phone camera did not do this justice ; there are snow capped peaks back there but there wasn’t enough contrast with the sky.
Then I continued on towards the peak to Peak highway. At FS233 I took a left toward Gordon gulch. After a hair raising downhill,
I came to the gg trail.
Gg used to have one short rocky section and then it was all smooth singletrack. The rocky section is just like I remembered.
However, after this there was a lot of torn up trail – – probably flood damage from last fall.
Eventually the damage was behind me and I achieved the state of Flow that gg is famous for.
The flow ended all too quickly and then I was back on Sugarloaf road heading for home.
If you are interested in this ride go to Mtbproject.com and search for Gordon gulch.