Dyke Creek (838) Details
The Dyke is one of those great rides that becomes very special in the fall. The towering mantle of aspen are something you won’t soon forget. But green or golden, the Dyke is one great ride. The trail is usually in great shape and the last downhill is always one to remember.
As with a lot of rides around here, there are any number of ways to ride The Dyke. You can ride this one from town if you’re feeling fit. If you’re short on time or just don’t want to mess with the road, drive toward Kebler Pass to the junction with the Irwin Lake Road. Park there and ride toward Irwin Lake Campground, staying left at the split.
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More Stats for Dyke Creek (838) mountain bike trail
Altitude change-841 ft
Altitude min8,977 ft
Altitude max9,818 ft
Altitude start9,818 ft
Altitude end8,977 ft
Distance down1 miles
Distance flat145 ft
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Dyke Creek (838) Trail Reports
Sep 28, 2017 @ 7:44amSep 28, 2017
|Lots of maintenance since I last rode this trail; downed trees have been cleared and some stream crossings have been improved/repaired. Thank you...|
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