Indian Creek Loop

Sedalia, Colorado 80135

Indian Creek Loop

Indian Creek Loop Professional Review and Guide

"This relatively new trail is the product of equestrians and mountain bikers coming together to build a multi-use, primitive trail. While not terribly rocky or technical, there are some very steep, long climbs where you may walk. There are also some fun log ramps along the way to play on.

The trail can be done in either direction with equal fun and climbing pain. The clockwise route as described puts a downhill at the end, while counter clockwise will put a most of the climbing at the end. Your pick. TERRAIN: Firm to loose hardpack; log ramps and roots."

More Indian Creek Loop Professional Reviews and Guides

"This trail takes longer than you think, even though the mileage and elevation gain are relatively modest. This narrow trail is overgrown with vegetation which makes for slow and careful going, as you follow Bear Greek gently downhill. More trails will be opening soon, as a complete loop is being formed. Terrain: Smooth hardpack and pine needles, occasional deadfall.

From the parking lot, pedal down the gravel road through the equestrian campground and find the start of the single track. The single track trail descends along Bear Creek, crossing it several times during the ride. Many water bars are encountered along the way. Cross the creek under the powerline (2.0), and continue a short distance where the trail abruptly turns right and climbs away from the creek (2.2)."

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Well the trail was great! It was really challenging but fun. However the directions for the loop are totally wrong and or all of the distances off by miles! We fallowed the directions and ended up in Roxborough, no where near our car totally lost. The fire Department in Roxborough had no idea how we even got there. If you are trying to do the loop i would not do it unless you are totally willing to be lost, and over 20 miles from your car!Also the Roxborough fire department is extremely unhelpfully!
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The first 2-3 miles of this trail are pretty sweet. It's tight and somewhat rocky single track with several switchbacks and a couple of logs across the trail that you can jump if you're up to it. Watch the log bridge (log acrosse the trail with logs built up on the front or back side to create a bridge of sorts) on the way back downhill after a steep short hilly section. If you don't stay back behind the seat you can endo! AFter the single track there's a lot of jeep road type trail and other connecting trails. The way back down is nice, but it's over in an exhilarting 10-15 minutes. This trail keeps you on your toes most of the time. Enjoy

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Trail Information

Nearby City
2,500 feet
Elevation Gain
Trail Type
Technical Difficulty
Physical Difficulty
Best spring to fall
7,500 feet
Trailhead Elevation
7,700 feet
Top Elevation
Trails Illustrated - Deckers / Rampart Ridge
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Oct 2018