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Climbing Access Trail - North Table Mountain

 3.8 (4)

0.9 Miles 1.4 Kilometers


71%

Runnable

574' 175 m

Ascent

-41' -13 m

Descent

13%

Avg Grade (8°)

35%

Max Grade (19°)

6,437' 1,962 m

High

5,903' 1,799 m

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A steep and rocky trail that provides a route to the Access Fund climbing area of North Table Mtn.

Johnny Muir-Addleman

Dogs Off-leash

Features Views · Wildflowers

Runner Notes

Not recommended for trail running, many 6+" rock steps and sharp stones and switchbacks.

Description

From an often muddy upper parking lot, head east through rocks and steep switchbacks, then turn west and continue on a steep grade through a plant-bordered singletrack until you join the cliff.

Follow the rock face west to connect to the North Table Loop Trail, providing a fast way to attain the top of the mesa. Although short, this is a high-intensity run and caution must be observed when traveling past climbers.

Flora & Fauna

Some flowers, cacti and rattlesnakes.

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Jun 24, 2017
Lee Shaver
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  3.8 from 4 votes

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Lee Shaver
Denver, CO
Lee Shaver   Denver, CO
Dogs should definitely be on leash, throughout North Table Mountain. That said, I'd keep the leash loose in your hand, not looped over your wrist or tied around your waist, to prevent your dog from pulling you down (or vice versa!). Jul 3, 2017

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