In 2020 One Track Mind Foundation joined forces with the Town of Breckenridge Open Space & Trails to bring together partners and fund work to construct a new, non-motorized, natural surface trail connecting the existing Weber Gulch Trail to the Nightmare Trail! The new trail will be a moderate to intermediate blue-rated trail.
The new Weber Gulch Trail will traverse along the north side of Baldy Mountain through old growth of Douglas Fir and Engelmann Spruce trees. Portions of the new trail will use 100 year old mining ditches and pass by historical mining structures.
The project is located on the Town of Breckenridge and Summit County Open Space parcels on Bald Mountain below tree line on the north side. The new trail will be multi-use, used for hiking, biking, snowshoeing, and cross- country skiing. Weber Gulch will be ready to ride by fall, 2021!
One Track Mind partners with organizations that are passionate about environmental conservation and trail stewardship. Together, we create and protect trail systems that expand mountain biking access. Our partnerships offer young people across the country opportunities to develop skills that empower them to create their own paths in life.
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