Mount Princeton to Raspberry Gulch Topo Map

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The Mount Princeton to Raspberry Gulch ride offers a great introduction into Colorado's 14er Region. Incorporating sections of the Colorado Trail, this ride provides fat tire enthusiasts with great views of the Arkansas Valley and the Sawatch Range's Collegiate Peaks. Although the ride is both technically and physically challenging, a soak in the Mount Princeton Hot Springs at the trail's end is inspiration enough to grunt up Raspberry Gulch Road. The singletrack portion of the ride provides challenging access to two of the Sawatch Range's most dominant peaks: Mount Princeton and Mount Antero. You'll enjoy passing through gorgeous stands of aspen and mixed conifer forests. Terrain: Paved highway, county roads, forest roads, and singletrack. Forest Service Road 273 becomes very rutted and rocky as it nears its end. The singletrack includes it all: nearly impassable rock sections, softened forest earth, and sand.
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Buena Vista, Colorado

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