Front Range Trails

By Chris
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I’ve been riding in the Front Range since 1996. Here’s a list of my favorite trails. As an added bonus, they include .kml files for use in Google Earth. To use the maps you will need to download Google Earth. You can get it here: Get Google Earth.

On each trail page, you’ll see a link at the bottom called “Get Map”. Click on that link to download the .kml file. Once you have the file, open Google Earth. From the file menu, select “Open” and then browse to where you saved the .kml mountain bike map. Google Earth will open the file and take you to the mountain bike trail map.

A couple of things you need to know before you use the maps. Trails change over time. The maps aren’t guaranteed to be accurate. Also, mountain biking is inherently dangerous. Trails in the Front Range are, for the most part, notoriously chewed up and difficult to ride. You need some skill to ride the mountain bike trails posted here. If you don’t yet have that skill, there is no shame in walking. If you see double lines on the trail map, that means two way traffic. That means WATCH OUT. Not everyone in the Front Range has an idea of what trail etiquette is for a mountain biker.


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