CDT (Jahnke) Details
Riding areaCDT - Upper Bighole
AKACDT, Continental Divide Trail
Climb DifficultyDouble Black Diamond
SeasonJuly 15-Sept. 15
This Continental Divide Trail segment can be ridden in either direction or as a loop with other roads/trails. There will probably be some hike a bike in either direction except for the very fit rider. This is high elevation single track adventure riding at its finest. The views from the Continental Divide are fantastic. The trail ranges from smooth and flowy to steep and knarly with everything in between. This segment of trail was recently constructed or re-constructed.
The south end of this segment can be accessed from the Goldstone Jeep Road or the CDT from the south. The north end can be accessed from the Jahnke Creek Jeep Road or the CDT from the north.
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More Stats for CDT (Jahnke) mountain bike trail
Altitude change-1,395 ft
Altitude min7,694 ft
Altitude start9,089 ft
Altitude end7,694 ft
Distance climb4 miles
Distance down6 miles
Distance flat1,619 ft
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
CDT (Jahnke) Trail Reports
Sep 22, 2018 @ 7:25pm20 hours
|reporter Trail clear of deadfall and riding well. Rumor has it the USFS actually cleared the trail!|
Sep 3, 2017 @ 7:12pmSep 3, 2017
|reporter Trail is clear of deadfall. Thx to notorious CoB and MBT.|
Aug 12, 2015 @ 10:34amAug 12, 2015
|Rode this segment on August 10. Approximately 8 trees down across trail. Two of them were moderately difficult to get around.|
Aug 5, 2015 @ 8:10pmAug 5, 2015
Nov 11, 2014 @ 4:35pmNov 11, 2014
Continental Divide National Scenic Trail35 trails
Routes with this trail
|The Fun Suffer Divide Full Trip||182 miles|
|CDT - Jahnke Loop||17 miles|
|The Fun Suffer Divide Day 7||6 miles|
|The Fun Suffer Divide Day 8||25 miles|
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