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Hartman Rocks Road 41

, Colorado
Distance0.1mi
Elevation Gain35ft
Trailhead Elevation8,170ft
Top8,170ft
Elevation Min/Max8143/8170ft
Elevation Start/End8170/8170ft

Hartman Rocks Road 41

Hartman Rocks Road 41 is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in , Colorado. It is 0.1 miles long and begins at 8,170 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.2 miles with a total elevation gain of 35 feet. This trail connects with the following: Ring Dike Drive.
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Colorado Springs, CO
Pathfinder | 160 pts
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11/12/2007
This trail system rocks. Visit the local bike shops to get a map and good directions for the ride you are looking for. I rode a single speed, 34/18 and the trails were very kind to me. Technical, Rolling Single Track, with an abundant of trails to ride it different every time. Sunset..SeaofSage..Singletrack..Sweet.
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Hartman Rocks Road 41 Professional Guides

Detailed Trail Descriptions from Our Guidebooks

"Hartman Rocks Recreation Area is a popular year-round destination for a host of outdoor enthusiasts that include hikers, mountain bikers, rock climbers, ATV/motorcyclists, snowmobilers, and skiers/shoers. Crowded by Colorado standards in the summer, Hartman Rocks is a lot quieter and less crowded in the snowy winter months. Located just a few miles and a few minutes outside of Gunnison, it consists of 160 acres at the base area managed by the City and County of Gunnison as well as an adjacent 8,000 acres of federal land managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM)."
Mountain Biking Colorado (Falcon Guides)
Stephen Hlawaty
"The Hartman Rocks area offers high-desert riding in a 6,000-acre basin. Funky granite formations, slickrock, sand, and sage add to this geological curiosity’s appeal. The “Rocks,” as Gunnison locals call it, is a mountain biking area replete with interconnecting trails. This route skirts the perimeter of the Hartman Rocks area and follows, in part, the old-school course of Rage in the Sage, Gunnison’s onetime annual mountain bike race. Although the trails throughout Hartman Rocks can get confusing, this shouldn’t deter you from riding the Rocks—efforts are continually being made to distinguish the right from the wrong way. Smaller rocks or sticks embedded in the ground across a trail signify a wrong way, while branches lying parallel to a trail point the right way. In general, look for “natural” reference points that might otherwise seem out of place: a stacked pile of rocks (cairns), orange tape, painted arrows, even arrows drawn in the sand."

Trail Information

Easy to Difficult
Skill Level
Snowmobiling, Hiking, Camping, Rock Climbing
Additional Use
Bureau of Land Management, Gunnison Field Office, 210 Spencer Ave., Gunnison 81230; (970) 642-4940 Gunnison National Forest, Gunnison Ranger District, 216 N. Colorado St., Gunnison 81230; (970) 641-0471.
Local Contacts
USGS Gunnison, Iris NW; Trails Illustrated map #132: Gunnison, Pitkin; Gunnison Area mountain bike map; Latitude 40° Inc.: Aspen, Crested Butte, Gunnison Recreation Topo Map; DeLorme: Colorado Atlas & Gazetteer: Page 58 D-2.
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