1963 Turnagain Terror Trail

This week’s entry in the run-it-again sweepstakes!

David R. Deitrick, Designer

BikeInTree

Though my days of active hiking and biking over trails are behind me, I still find that I enjoy vicarious trail-bashing – looking over trails on a map and reading accounts of routes covered on foot or on bike by active sloggers. When my collection of topographic maps gets a little stale I turn to any one of the countless mountain biking websites containing various lists of superlatives such as “most scenic bike trail”,  “longest bike trail” and my favorite – “most dangerous bike trail” all of which are much easier to navigate via lap-top than in the saddle. As I surf the ‘net more and more it looks like Colorado’s Barr trail has a lock on the bike-specific dangerous paths. It climbs 7500 feet over 13 miles of widely diverse terrain and riders are warned to prepare for more than one weather state during their sojourn. The view –…

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