Just past the top of the Town Lift, pick up the well-signed Jenni's trail to the right. Duck into the trees to start this gentle romp on wide, smooth switchbacks that cross numerous ski runs. The grade is so gradual, you'll hardly realize you're going downhill.
Enjoy the abundant wildflowers and shady aspen groves, but keep a sharp lookout... this is a multi-use trail popular with ascending/descending hikers and bikers.
This one is appropriate for new bikers making the transition between green and blue trails. Don't be discouraged by the short uphill middle section of Jenni's, it's non-technical and easily conquered.
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More Stats for Jenni`s mountain bike trail
Altitude change675 ft
Altitude min1.4 miles
Altitude max1.6 miles
Altitude start1.4 miles
Altitude end1.5 miles
Distance climb2.1 miles
Distance down4,365 ft
Distance flat947 ft
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Jenni`s Trail Reports
Aug 30, 2016 @ 4:41pmAug 30, 2016
|Upper section of Jenni is closed. They are doing some construction around the old mine tailings there. When going up this section, at 1.8 miles on...|
Aug 16, 2016 @ 6:25pmAug 16, 2016
|Reroute just implemented. Very clear how to do this. Not as good because requires riding up Drift Road.|
May 24, 2016 @ 5:34pmMay 24, 2016
|must dismount to traverse 4 glaciers that haven't melted yet...... Other than that it is GTG|
Aug 19, 2015 @ 7:29pmAug 19, 2015
|It was good yesterday.|
Jul 30, 2015 @ 6:12pmJul 30, 2015
|Warning, there is a part of Jenni's (going back up into the trees after crossing a ski run) where the rightmost side of the trail has crumbled...|
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