Pagoda Peak For Mountain Biking

The 92nd most popular mountain bike trail in Colorado.

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Southwest of Steamboat Springs and west of Yampa, the Pagoda Peak route runs from the peak to the lake through mountain meadows and dense forest.

To reach the Pagoda Peak mountain biking trailhead from Hayden, head south past the fairgrounds on 53 RD. Follow 53 until it ends at a T intersection with 29 RD and turn left on to 29. Follow 29 RD east approximately 2.5 miles to 55RD and turn right onto 55. This road becomes 19 RD when you cross into Rio Blanco County. It then merges with and becomes 8 RD. Continue on 8 RD to Ripple Creek Pass. The trailhead for Trail #1804 and Trail #1803 is approximately half a mile past the summit of Ripple Creek Pass. Try riding Trail #1804.

Overall, Pagoda Peak is the 92nd most popular mountain bike trail of all 178 mountain biking rides in Colorado. Several of the better mountain bike trails are nearby Pagoda Peak including Gore Pass Loop, Hahns Peak Lake / Nipple Peak Loop, Morrison Divide Trail, North Fork / Wyoming Trail / Trail Creek Loop, Round Lake / Buffalo Pass and Round Lake / Percy Lake.


Local Contact(s):  Routt National Forest (303) 879-1722; CO Visitors (800) COLORADO

Recommended Book:  "Mountain Bikers Guide To Colorado" from Dan Hickstein

Recommended Map:  "Steamboat Springs Trail Map" from Kent Schulte

Best Season:  Jun. - Sep.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Reference Source:  click here

Article Source:   Best Pagoda Peak Mountain Biking Review

GPS:  40.10587, -107.296095

Date Published:  12/30/2015

Date Updated:  4/5/2018

ID:  13001

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