Contour Trail For Mountain Biking

The 136th most popular mountain bike trail in Colorado.

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Northeast of Gunnison, the Contour Trail (#3213T) is a six mile one-way route. The Contour Trail can be combined with the adjacent Ridgeline Trail and Old Car Trail to form loops.

There is a good trailhead for the Contour Trail on the northeastern edge of Western State Colorado University. There are several parking lots that are open to day use.

Note: there is very little signage along this route. Matter-of-fact, as of May 2012, there are no signs indicating the name of the Contour Trail. About halfway along the trail, there is a sign indicating the trail number, #3213T.

Overall, Contour Trail is the 136th most popular mountain bike trail of all 178 mountain biking rides in Colorado. Several of the better mountain bike trails are nearby Contour Trail including Hartman Rocks, Colorado Trail - Lost Canyon Loop, Agate Creek Trail, Ridgeline Open Space and Canyon Creek Trail.

Contour Trail, Gunnison (CO/US)

Contour Trail, Gunnison (CO/US)

Contour Trail Mountain Biking Map



Local Contact(s):  Gunnison Trails (970) 275-0485; Gunnison Visitors (800) 274-7580; CO Visitors (800) COLORADO; Tomichi Cycles (970) 641-9069; Double Shot Cyclery, Gunnison;Gunnison Guides (970) 641-4312.

Recommended Book:  "Mountain Bike Gunnison" from Holly Annala

Best Season:  Apr. - Nov.

Average Difficulty:  Easy

Base Camp:  Hylander Inn (970) 641-0700

Luxury Loding:  Mary Lawrence Inn, Gunnison (970) 641-3343

Breakfast Restaurant:  Steaming Bean; W Cafe; Firebrand

Reference Source:  click here

GPS:  38.549124962, -106.915632

Date Published:  12/24/2015

Date Updated:  7/6/2016

ID:  23521

Contour Trail Mountain Biking Map


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