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Lookout Loop

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Usage
Biking, Hiking
Dogs Friendly?
Yes
Length
0.3 mimiles
ElvElevation
215'
Rating
Last Report
Trail is riding well right now and there are no reports of mud, deadfall, or snow.

The Lookout Loop is a short loop overlooking Hidden Springs. It’s an extension of the Red Tail trail and is open to hikers or mountain bikers.

Recent Trail Reports

  • kvd5801 March 28, 2018 at 11:13 amJust ran the loop Currant Creek (West) Currant Creek (East) Currant Creek (Extension) up to junction at the green gate on Chukar Butte then back down Chukar Butte to Bitterbrush then to the south side of Lookup Loop and down Connector back to Currant Creek (West). Other than three short muddy spots on Bitterbrush near the Lookout Loop junction everything is nice and dry after Sunday’s snow.
  • kvd5801 March 6, 2018 at 10:55 amJust ran Currant Creek W, Currant Creek E, Currant Creek extension to Chukar Butte to Frog Ponds and back to Cartwright Rd then Bitterbrush to Lookout Loop and back down to Currant Creek. Hard and frozen with start before 8 AM but N facing stuff melting and starting to turn to mud before 10 AM. Stay off of the N facing stuff if you are not out early tomorrow, it's too late today.
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  1. kvd5801 says:

    Just ran the loop Currant Creek (West) Currant Creek (East) Currant Creek (Extension) up to junction at the green gate on Chukar Butte then back down Chukar Butte to Bitterbrush then to the south side of Lookup Loop and down Connector back to Currant Creek (West). Other than three short muddy spots on Bitterbrush near the Lookout Loop junction everything is nice and dry after Sunday’s snow.

  2. kvd5801 says:

    Just ran Currant Creek W, Currant Creek E, Currant Creek extension to Chukar Butte to Frog Ponds and back to Cartwright Rd then Bitterbrush to Lookout Loop and back down to Currant Creek. Hard and frozen with start before 8 AM but N facing stuff melting and starting to turn to mud before 10 AM. Stay off of the N facing stuff if you are not out early tomorrow, it’s too late today.

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