Greenbelt Plateau Trail

Trail Meter: 
Closed

We’re not going to stretch the truth here. This isn’t singletrack nirvana. It is, however, a great section of trail to connect High Plains to the other Marshall Mesa trails. It is a really wide road with a little climb up to the top and a nice quick descent back down. If you just have to ride something skinny, there is a singletrack on the east side of the road for long stretches. Thanks to your friends here at BMA, that singletrack next to the road is officially legal to ride on. There is, however, one small section just off this trail that will test your skill. About halfway down the hill, look for a trail off to the right. This short connector has some water bars and some rocky steps. Beginners, watch your step! There are quite a few hikers out there, so please be courteous!

 

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1.6 mi.
22 ft.

Comments

Trail Meter: Fair»Closed

OSMP Closure... muddy conditions

Trail Meter: Good»Fair

How quickly things can change. From being mostly dry yesterday to soft and muddy in spots today.

Trail Meter: Fair»Good

All dry... All good... Go get some before the rain comes again...

Trail Meter: Closed»Fair

OSMP has reopened trail... actual conditions unknown so get out there, ride and update!

Trail Meter: Fair»

Remaining closed as of 04/22/15. Muddy conditions.

Remaining closed as of 04/22/15. Muddy conditions.

Trail Meter: Closed»Fair

Remaining closed as of 04/22/15. Muddy conditions.

Trail Meter: Good»Closed

OSMP Closure - muddy!

condition set to Good

It's all dry and good... Go get some!

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