Coal Seam Trail

Trail Meter: 
Good

Park at the main Marshall Mesa trailhead, take the trail to the right, and you're on Coal Seam. It climbs to Community Ditch Trail right before it crosses Highway 93. Expect lots of people out, as this is one of the two options out of the lot.

It's all a gentle climb, rising into the pine trees after crossing a bridge over a ditch. There are some corners with limited sight lines, so be sure to keep your head up and watch for other users. You'll gradually climb out of the trees, through an open section, and then pop out on Community Ditch.

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T: 3 A: 3 C: 3

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0.6 mi.
150 ft.

Comments

bot cleanup: Submitted by TrailUser6549 on January 28, 2015 - 13:16.

condition set to Good

I go any further, see that sign? They mean it. Also, only park in a real parking spot if you drive. USA movers

Trail Meter: Fair»Good

condition set to Good

Reopened by OSMP. Please update trail conditions if you ride here.

Trail Meter: Closed»Fair

Reopened by OSMP. Please update trail conditions if you ride!

Trail Meter: Good»Closed

according to https://bouldercolorado.gov/osmp/temporary-closures, still closed

Trail Meter: Closed»Good

County trails in dirty biz loop are good to ride. One soft spot on Mayhoffer close to 66th.

Trail Meter: Good»Closed

Due to recent snow and warming temperatures, City of Boulder OSMP is enacting muddy trail closures for Marshall Mesa and Greenbelt Plateau area trails complex.

Trail Meter: Fair»Good

Dry, great riding

Trail Meter: Closed»Fair

Opened Jan. 18. Condition unknown. Please update if you know the trail condition.

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