Marshall Mesa


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Trail Condition Comments Updated Date Edit Trail Conditions Trail Meter Nid
Coalton Trail
Good
All the trails in this area are in good shape after yesterdays rain. 3 days 15 hours Good 259
Coal Seam Trail
Good
All the trails in this area are in good shape after yesterdays rain. 3 days 15 hours Good 260
Cowdrey Draw Trail
Good
I definitely savored every little bit of it and I have you bookmarked to check out new stuff you post. weight loss tips 1 day 52 min Good 262
Greenbelt Plateau Trail
Good
All the trails in this area are in good shape after yesterdays rain. 3 days 15 hours Good 265
High Plains Trail
Good
Please stay on the trail in the areas which are wet here. We are starting to see some issues from those going around the muddy areas. 3 days 15 hours Good 266
Marshall Valley Trail
Good
All the trails in this area are in good shape after yesterdays rain. 3 days 15 hours Good 268
Mayhoffer-Singletree Trail
Good
All the trails in this area are in good shape after yesterdays rain. 3 days 15 hours Good 340
Community Ditch (East)
Good
All the trails in this area are in good shape after yesterdays rain. 3 days 15 hours Good 388
Meadowlark Trail
Good
All the trails in this area are in good shape after yesterdays rain. 3 days 15 hours Good 603
Singletree Trail
Good
All the trails in this area are in good shape after yesterdays rain. 3 days 15 hours Good 1257
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Geographically, Marshall Mesa lies in the transition from hills to plains, even more so than its connected area to the west, Doudy Draw. Some trails are moderately treed, but most of the trails are in the open amongst the grasses. Expect mostly easy grades, and only a few technical areas. Most of the trails are natural surface, but some areas like the recently completed Meadowlark and Mayhoffer-Singletree sections are crusher fines and suitable for skinnier tires and beginners.

The Marshall Mesa area lies south of Marshall Road and east of Highway 93 in southern Boulder County. It’s a quick and easy ride from Boulder itself, and sees a ton of bikes, hikers, runners, and dogs.  From Boulder, the best trailheads are Marshall Mesa and Greenbelt Plateau; from the east, you can get onto the system from the Coalton Trailhead in Superior.

If you link up all the trails in the Marshall Mesa area, you can achieve 20 miles of dirt.  This system is a favorite in the winters, as it's consistently the first trail system to dry out following snow.