Stefan Myers
Stefan M

BIKING THE FRONT RANGE

Biking · Denver, CO, United States
  • 6 hours
  • 2 - 6 people
  • Challenging
$80Per Person
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Centennial Cone is an amazing cross-country tour through patches of wildflowers, tight singletrack, and beautifully expansive vistas. Long ago this land was settled by homesteaders who left their marks around the park in the form of skeletons of stone chimneys and farm machinery. The ride begins with a blazing downhill from Travois Trail that is followed by some gentle ups and downs before the giant uphill to Mayhem Gulch. Take some time to admire the multitude of wildflowers on the trail; this is one of the best places in the Front Range to see such a wide variety. The last few miles of the ride are double track through the Elk Range Trail section of the park. This part of the park is closed in the spring for elk calving, making this an out-and-back in the spring instead of a full loop. Some of Elk Range Trail is on private land, so be sure to stick to the trail.
I am willing to accommodate to schedules throughout the week and weekends. Please contact and we can plan accordingly.
I worked as a mountain bike adventure contributor for OutdoorProject.com this year exploring, organizing rides, and documenting the best trails all over the Front Range and Western CO. You can view the work I've done on my portfolio page, also a great suggestion for area rides.
Full refund 2 days prior to tour.
Golden CO
  • Day 1
    We will meet at 8am at the courthouse in downtown Golden. Then we will drive our way up Golden Gate Canyon road to the ride we decide on. Wheels up time 9:30, ride will last several hours to make the full tour. We will break for lunch of snacks at 12:30, then finish up our ride from there. Time back to Golden ~ 3:00PM.
  • Biking the Front Range
  • Biking the Front Range
  • Biking the Front Range
  • Biking the Front Range

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$80
Per Person
Request to book