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Trail difficulty
BLUE
Elevation Gain
?
Trail type
One-way/Shuttle
Distance
1.84 mi (2.96 km)
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If you're riding the mountain bike trails at 18 Road, don't forget this purpose-built flowy and bumpy trail is made for you. Much like Kessel Run, this trail is a relatively flat ride down the slope with enough jumps and banked corners to make you squeal with joy. Bikers on the western slope knows this trail as PBR, Pumps Bumps and Rollers.

This is a one-way trail, so please don't start this route from the lower parking lot. This trail was built to teach bike handling skills and inspire confidence for riders of all abilities. As the name suggests, this trail is a mini jump line for those of you who are wanting to get your feet wet and give your bike some airtime. None of the features are large by any means, so it's the perfect primer to a more technical Fruita trail. Flowing from the top of the park to the bottom, this trail provides great views of the entire trail network. Take in the views, but try to stay focused on the speeding jumps PBR has to offer.

Logistics + Planning

Preferable season(s)

Spring
Summer
Fall

Congestion

Moderate

Parking Pass

Not Required

Pros

A great place to catch some air.

Cons

Can be crowded on the weekends.

Pets allowed

Allowed

Trailhead Elevation

5,427.00 ft (1,654.15 m)

Net Elevation Gain

91.00 ft (27.74 m)

Features

Bird watching
Wildlife
Big vistas

Location

Field Guide

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