Lake Pueblo State Park Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Lake Pueblo State Park is an outdoor enthusiast’s one-stop shop and worth exploring over a few days. The park provides more than 4,600 surface acres of water, 60 miles of shoreline, almost 10,000 acres of land, a swim beach, campsites, and nearly 40 miles of singletrack. This route captures a portion of everything the park provides—rolling cross-country terrain, steep and rocky technical climbs and descents, and views of Lake Pueblo and the surrounding buttes—with suggestions to explore other trails.
The ride delivers a continuous pedal with short, levels-training-type bursts of ascents and descents complemented by some technically advanced descending and climbing over rockier terrain. While the trails are generally well marked, there are some unidentified offshoot trails. Generally, follow the main trail when in doubt."