Flagstaff–Coal Creek Challenge Topo Map

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Get in touch with your inner Lance on this very strenuous adventure through the mountains west of Boulder. It covers some of the steepest hills and roughest roads available. This ain’t no downstream ride. Terrain: Several pitches of ridiculous climbing characterize the first third of this ride. The rest is moderate climbing and descending and a rolling traverse along the easternmost foothills. Total elevation gain is about 2,800 feet. Traffic and hazards: To make a loop using Flagstaff Road, this route necessarily incorporates a significant length of dirt road—about 6 miles’ worth. Traffic volume is moderate on Flagstaff Mountain, but motor traffic can feel oppressive on the low slopes where the narrow road makes passing difficult.
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Boulder, Colorado

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