2006 Trail Details
2006 Trail is the primary access to the summit of Mount Ascension and the top of the Entertainment Trail. The trail was built in 2006, and the name was chosen as an echo of 1906 Trail on Mount Helena. Seven switchbacks take you to the saddle, and from there an old two-track goes to the top of the climb. The climb is variable, with several steep pitches between switchbacks, and several moderate ones. Alternate access to 2006 is from the top of Arrowroot Drive.
The southern portion of the trail connects to Arrowroot Drive. This stretch is lower gradient, and includes a couple of rock outcrops.
Trivia: Mount Ascension is actually the lower summit to the north of the saddle. The higher summit at the top of the climb is unnamed.
Local Trail Association
More Stats for 2006 Trail mountain bike trail
Altitude change433 ft
Altitude min4,739 ft
Altitude max5,233 ft
Altitude start4,739 ft
Altitude end5,172 ft
Distance climb4,873 ft
Distance down1,626 ft
Distance flat288 ft
Avg reverse time00:11:27
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
2006 Trail Trail Reports
Feb 11, 2018 @ 9:15amFeb 11, 2018
|Packed snow but ice in places.|
Jan 6, 2018 @ 8:37amJan 6, 2018
|Narrower packed trail. Goes all the way to the top. Marginal for plus bikes. Easy fat.|
Jan 5, 2018 @ 11:32amJan 5, 2018
|16" track. Cold and smokey at the bottom, warm and clear at the top. Only went to saddle.|
Dec 6, 2017 @ 6:45amDec 6, 2017
|reporter Lots of fun, especially up top. The track isn't quite set yet. Several off-camber narrow stretches that will set up nicely with more traffic.|
Nov 6, 2017 @ 6:55amNov 6, 2017
|reporter 2006 is in great shape, with a 12" smooth tread.|
Routes with this trail
|2015 Montana Enduro Series #1: Helenduro race featured||11 miles|
|Mount Ascension to Top of the World||11 miles|
|Eddye McClure Loop||7 miles|
|Mount Ascension: Entertainment / Little Moab||5 miles|
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