Posts Tagged ‘Laramie’

Two Moon Photos

Here are a few more photos of the pumptrack trail at Glendo State Park’s Two Moon Campground.  This is a short section of trail in the Two Moon Trail Complex that will allow mountain bikers to translate the skills of the pumptrack to the linear form of a sustainable trail.  More photos can be seen…

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Two Moon Progression Area

During the month of August, the Singletrack Trails crew worked hard at creating sustainable mountain bike trail alternates to the trails in the Glendo State Park Two Moon Complex.  These trails are a series of segments that provide loop opportunities to the campers to ride right from the campsite.  Families will be able to fill…

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Curt Gowdy Field Archer’s Course

The last couple weeks have been a great experience of battling the Wyoming weather and learn how to build a new style of trail. After finishing up the Fruita Bike Park in May, the Singletrack Trails crew moved back to our home away from home away from our other home.  We have spent quite a…

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Glendo State Park is done for the year

The Singletrack Trails crew finished up the sustainable trail construction at Glendo State Park in Wyoming a couple of weeks ago.  We were able to reach a great stopping point about a day or two before the first real snow of the winter and the temperature dropped and the wind picked up.  It was an…

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Curt Gowdy Machine Construction

After more than a year of solid, though hand construction across Wyoming and Colorado, it was time to break out the Ditch Witch and train the Singletrack Trails crew on how to build a sustainable trail with a machine.  Most of the crew has run the machine at the Funtrack in Curt Gowdy, but moving…

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Curt Gowdy State Park 2010 begins

Singletrack Trails is now back on the work site of Curt Gowdy State Park between Cheyenne and Laramie, WY.  We will again be adding to one of the best trail systems in the country. This week, a part of the Singletrack Trails crew began constructing steps from the Twin Lakes picnic shelter up to a…

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Curt Gowdy-Demon Drop and Bridge Building

The trail building at Curt Gowdy State Park continues during frigid conditions.  Though the photos below look like beautiful days, the wind is blowing pretty hard and the temperature is about 40 degrees. Some sections of trails make a sustainable trail layout very hard.  The crew has reached the Demon Drop.  Constricted by rock bands…

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Curt Gowdy State Park=IMBA Epic Trail

Saturday, September 26th was a busy day at Curt Gowdy State Park.  The trails were the host of the Stone Temple 8 mountain bike race and then were honored with a special designation as an IMBA Epic. Earning the IMBA Epic designation for Curt Gowdy State Park has been a goal for Project Manager Todd…

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Curt Gowdy Weeks 12-14

The weather is starting to break in Wyoming.  Cool temps and a slight fall breeze are showing up for the daily weather more often then not.  There were no updates  the last couple of weeks based on the fact that the crew has been cruising through mellow terrain and some rock, but nothing like what…

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Curt Gowdy Week 11

This weeks post is going to be short and sweet. The Singletrack Trails crew and the Wyoming Conseravation Corps work away on the Don Quixote trail.  The crews worked hard to accomplish close to 1/2 mile of sustainable, hand construction.

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