Molas Pass to Coal Bank Pass Topo Map

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Great, incredible, sweet, fantastic. Trying to describe Durango’s prime trail rides, I’ve used up all the words. I’m starting to sound like a talking head from the chamber of commerce. But that’s just the way it is around here. And this ride, this elegant arc through the high hills, using prime bits of the Colorado, Engineer Mountain, and Pass Creek trails, could very well be the finest of them all. Although this is indeed an adventurous ride, the adventure is derived primarily from the altitude and the quasi-backcountry setting. This is different from many other famous Durango-area rides—like Missionary Ridge, Haflin Canyon, and Dutch Creek—which remain at relatively low altitudes but are adventurous because of their challenging terrain and technical trail surfaces. The high elevation on this loop (hovering around 12,000 feet) could cause a few problems for you. At best, you’ll feel slightly short of breath. A small percentage of flatlanders will become nauseous just hanging out at the trailhead. Trail Surface: 100% singletrack.
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Silverton, Colorado

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Mar 2018