The Mini-Incline

Colorado Springs, Colorado

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Since its opening in 2014. In addition to an extensive network of trails, there is a zip line, an adventure tower, playing fields, bungee jumping, and the 64,443-square-foot, two-story Miller Activity Complex, offering artificial turf fields for indoor soccer, lacrosse, and football, as well as an aquatics center. Trails are marked with colored arrows on signposts to indicate the loop corresponding with the trail map. This lung-busting uphill climb features 200 wooden steps, equally spaced and numbered in 10-step increments. Reach the top and a short, flat, dirt and rocky section of trail past the Castle Rock Zip Line, and descend in several switchbacks down a singletrack trail. Test and repeat for a fitness challenge workout. When done with the mini-incline, take to the trails for a complete trail and stair-stepping adventure.
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by Adam W. Chase, Nancy Hobbs, Peter Jones (Falcon Guides)

Since its opening in 2014. In addition to an extensive network of trails, there is a zip line, an adventure tower, playing fields, bungee jumping, and the 64,443-square-foot, two-story Miller Activity Complex, offering artificial turf fields for indoor soccer, lacrosse, and football, as well as an aquatics center. Trails are marked with colored arrows on signposts to indicate the loop corresponding with the trail map.

This lung-busting uphill climb features 200 wooden steps, equally spaced and numbered in 10-step increments. Reach the top and a short, flat, dirt and rocky section of trail past the Castle Rock Zip Line, and descend in several switchbacks down a singletrack trail. Test and repeat for a fitness challenge workout. When done with the mini-incline, take to the trails for a complete trail and stair-stepping adventure.

© 2017 Adam W. Chase, Nancy Hobbs, Peter Jones /Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking, Trail Running
Nearby City: Colorado Springs
Distance: 0.6
Elevation Gain: 179 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 10 minutes
Season: Year-round
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: www.crgov.com/2051/Philip-SMiller-Park
Driving Directions: Directions to The Mini-Incline

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Apr 2018