Caterpillar Trail Details
The Caterpillar trail was built to be ridden in either direction. It connects the White Rabbit Trail and Toothpick. It is mainly ridden from the Toothpick trailhead and down towards the White Rabbit Trail parking lot. At Toothpick it begins with a short climb. Once at the top, the trail offers a smooth descending trail that has some small jumps and tight switchbacks.
It crosses the Ashland Loop Rd and side hills to the White Rabbit Trailhead. From there, Caterpillar turns left and descends through a well groomed, berm filled flow trail back to the White Rabbit Trail parking lot.
The trail offers plenty for riders ranging from beginners to experts.
Starting at the White Rabbit Trail parking lot, pass through the locked gate and continue uphill on the Ashland Loop Rd. Approximately 1.5 miles up is the Toothpick trailhead and Lamb Mine trailhead area. Caterpillar begins on the west side of the road and goes back downhill towards the White Rabbit Trail parking lot.
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More Stats for Caterpillar Trail mountain bike trail
Altitude change-293 ft
Altitude min3,181 ft
Altitude max3,546 ft
Altitude start3,473 ft
Altitude end3,181 ft
Distance climb1,702 ft
Distance down5,101 ft
Distance flat537 ft
Avg reverse time00:05:33
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Caterpillar Trail Trail Reports
Nov 27, 2016 @ 3:49pmNov 27, 2016
|The trail is running fast with great traction. The lower section has been worked on and is in good shape.|
May 9, 2016 @ 9:47amMay 9, 2016
Apr 3, 2016 @ 4:59pmApr 3, 2016
|Trail is open now. One large tree down on the upper portion.|
Jan 3, 2016 @ 7:14pmJan 3, 2016
|The upper portion is still closed and the snow is becoming slushy, making traction unpredictable.|
Dec 30, 2015 @ 5:11amDec 30, 2015
|Lower Caterpillar is still open, upper is closed. There is about 2" of snow on the trail.|
Routes with this trail
|Caterpillar-BTI loop||7.7 miles|
|Four Corners from Resivour||10.0 miles|
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