• Season: Early May - Early November
  • DIFFICULTY: Easy (Rotary) More Difficult (Ridge)
  • LENGTH: 3.8


The Rotary Trail is accessed by riding up .65 mile and 125 vertical feet of the Ridge Trail. The Rotary trail turns left off of the Ridge Trail and continues to climb 1.5 miles and 210 vertical feet to the summit. With 400 vertical feet of drop, the next 1.5 miles are the roller coaster. From there, it’s a mile back to the trailhead on gradual up and down smooth trail that gains 65 vertical feet back to the trailhead.

Know before you go: Built by the local Rotary Club, this loop includes wide and smooth trails that wind smoothly through trees and down ridge lines with large berms and dirt rollers that can be pumped or doubled. This loop is designed to be exciting for the expert rider when ridden fast, yet easy for family riding.
Parking: From the library, head west on 13th Street for approximately 7 miles (Twentymile Road/County Road 33). Turn left on Cow Creek Road (County Road 45) and go one mile. Two parking areas are available on the left.