Trails map of Buffalo Creek Mountain Bike (Colorado) published by National Geographic.
In the spring of 1996 wildfire roared through the Buffalo Creek area. Soon after a group of dedicated mountain bikers, working with the US Forest Service, started building an extensive network of trails. Those trails now cover almost 100 miles of mixed terrain from thickly wooded hillsides to open plains with the remnants of matchstick like tree trunks left from the fires.
The Buffalo Creek Mountain Bike Trails map is a detailed resource for mountain bikers with ratings and clearly marked single track and double track trails.
The back side of the map includes a group of selected loops and trails for all riding abilities from beginner to expert. Each suggested ride has a trail profile that clearly shows the climbs and descents as well as trail crossings and other waypoints along the way. The rides also include turn by turn directions and commentary on interesting landmarks along the way. No matter your riding skill, from novice to rock hopping daredevil, the Buffalo Creek Mountain Bike Trails map has miles or rides for everyone.
A full UTM grid is printed on the map to aid with GPS navigation.
Also features Pike National Forest.
This topographic map is waterproof and tear-resistant.
Publication date: 2015
Folded dimensions: 7.48'' x 3.94'' (19 x 10 cm)
Unfolded dimensions: 21.26 x 18.9'' (54 x 48 cm)