Coalton Trail

Trail Meter: 
Good

When you get to the Coalton Trail, you couldn't be blamed for thinking it looks a lot like a gravel road. While it lacks in features or much fun, it's a key connector in the Dirty Bismark loop, and is also a great way for those in the Superior/Louisville areas to get of road and into the rest of the Marshall Mesa trail system.

Wide, flat, and gravel is the rule here. The exception is the one main climb, which is often a bit rutted and provides the only potential challenge.

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T: 1 A: 2 C: 1

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2.8 mi.
370 ft.

Comments

The area has dried out nicely and trails are in good shape. Enjoy.

Some ruts, but otherwise dry.

Trail Meter: Fair»Good

Some ruts, but otherwise dry.

Trail Meter: Good»Fair

Everything in the Dirty Biz is drying out nicely. There are still sections where its wet.

Trail Meter: Fair»Good

G2G

Nearly all dry with only a couple of puddles/muddy areas.

Trail Meter: Closed»Fair

OSMP has reopened the trail... actual conditions not known

Trail Meter: Good»Closed

Closed for wet conditions as of 5/17/16

Trail Meter: Poor»Good

Dry. Lots of ruts from recent runoff.

Trail Meter: Fair»Poor

With rain Coalton Trail has turned to sticking mud...

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