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Cobb

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Traffic
Shade
Usage
Biking, Hiking
Dogs Friendly?
Leash Only
Length
1.7 mimiles
ElvElevation
991'
Rating
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AKA Hero Dirt. Yes, your ideal conditions that you want to hit up first before any of your friends find out. Sure you want to keep it low key, but be a good trail steward and let your buddies know its time to shred.

Cobb is the saving grace of the Lucky Peak area trails. It’s the only meaningful singletrack in the area, and makes for a fun, rowdy downhill on a bike. When you get to the rocky section, just point it straight and let it rip. Cobb is too steep and loose for most to climb on a bike, but hikers do ascend it. Cobb is often looped with Highland Valley trail or Homestead trail.

Recent Trail Reports

  • Harris Ranch MTB May 14, 2020 at 10:12 amThere has been a significant increase in foot traffic this year. Historically, it has been used most commonly for the downhill portion of the loop with Homestead. Please pay attention to your surroundings while hiking and please watch your speed while biking.
  • Oxenkiller October 6, 2019 at 9:30 pmIt's rocky and will keep you on the edge of your seat...but its still rideable and fun (downhill of course) even with some loose sections. Makes a good loop in conjunction with Homestead- a must-do classic eastern foothills ride.
  • Harris Ranch MTB April 22, 2019 at 8:29 amThis would be an excellent, downhill-only trail with the potential for better flow and berms. Foot traffic is increasing exponentially on what used to be one of few trails that you could just let it rip and now worry about traffic.
  • Kirk Cheney November 24, 2018 at 6:05 pmIn great shape despite (or maybe because of) recent rains. Getting more and more crowded due to the new neighborhoods popping up around it.
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  1. Harris Ranch MTB says:

    There has been a significant increase in foot traffic this year. Historically, it has been used most commonly for the downhill portion of the loop with Homestead. Please pay attention to your surroundings while hiking and please watch your speed while biking.

  2. Oxenkiller says:

    It’s rocky and will keep you on the edge of your seat…but its still rideable and fun (downhill of course) even with some loose sections. Makes a good loop in conjunction with Homestead- a must-do classic eastern foothills ride.

  3. Harris Ranch MTB says:

    This would be an excellent, downhill-only trail with the potential for better flow and berms. Foot traffic is increasing exponentially on what used to be one of few trails that you could just let it rip and now worry about traffic.

  4. Kirk Cheney says:

    In great shape despite (or maybe because of) recent rains. Getting more and more crowded due to the new neighborhoods popping up around it.

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