Cloverpatch Trail Details
Usually ridden as part of a loop including nearby Alpine and Tire Mountain trails (various options exist). Some aerobic singletrack and converted double track climbs are followed by some great XC descending, some of which can be quite loose due to shale and unusually poor (for the area) soil. Makes for great fun.
Ride Alpine trail until you hit the Tire Mountain junction shortly after Windy Pass, then climb/descend Tire Mtn until their is a well marked junction for the Cloverpatch trail on your left shortly before hitting the 5824 rd (if you hit this, you went slightly too far). Cloverpatch will eventually dump you out on another gravel road after a few miles. If you intend to climb back to Alpine to do the ATCA or Creampuff loop, you then descend down the road to your right until another big road on your left merges with that road. Follow the signs from there to the Cloverpatch-Alpine connector. Ride up the numerous switchbacks until you are on another gravel road. Take a left and climb a bit more. You will end up on the 5828 road and Alpine Trail will be on your left and right. Take the right to descend to your car.
Local Trail Association
More Stats for Cloverpatch Trail bike trail
Altitude change-643 ft
Altitude min2,173 ft
Altitude max3,371 ft
Altitude start2,874 ft
Altitude end2,231 ft
Distance climb1 miles
Distance down2 miles
Distance flat486 ft
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
Cloverpatch Trail Trail Reports
Sep 9, 2018 @ 9:50amSep 9, 2018
Aug 4, 2018 @ 9:09amAug 4, 2018
Jul 4, 2018 @ 11:08amJul 4, 2018
|HUGE downed tree towards the end of the descent, keep your eyes peeled!|
Jun 8, 2018 @ 10:33amJun 8, 2018
May 5, 2018 @ 9:04amMay 5, 2018
|Down trees have been cleared. Still a lot of small winter debris on the trail. Otherwise great.|
Routes with this trail
|Cascade Cream Puff 100 / 50 race||45 miles|
|Creampuff (Fritter) Sort of...Alpine isn't sectioned on Trailforks||49 miles|
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