COPMOBA - Colorado Plateau Mountain Bike Trail Association, Inc
Photos courtesy of Sarah Mah

Trails of West-Central Colorado

Trail Reporting at COPMOBA! Click on any trail area below to see a description of that trail area, as well as the trails associated with that area, their description and condition.

Please check the local weather before riding!  We've had quite a bit of snow, and it's frozen.  Mountain bikes ruin the trails when the ground is very wet.  Please use good judgement when starting to ride.  If the mud sticks to your tires, please turn around!  Do not continue to ride!  Please ride another day when it is not so wet!!

Current Conditions: Lunch Loops - Tabeguache

Click here for a map of the Lunch Loops area map (pdf)
Local area trail system, only a couple of miles from downtown Grand Junction. Easy to access, catch a quick ride, and back to town; hence the name 'Lunch Loops'.

This area is popular with hikers and bikers; watch for folks on foot with dogs, mostly close to the parking areas. Bikes have the higher areas mostly to themselves due to the distance.

We've had recent snow, and warmer temperatures. It's going to be a muddy mess!

Trails

Updated Monday February 24, 2014

Andy's Loop
Conditions: This trail even has a new reroute that makes it a little more fun to ride!
Good to Go
Butterknife
Conditions: Haven't heard definite reports on this trail, the the area in general is dry. Please use care when you see muddy areas. Turn around if it's too muddy!
Good to Go
Eagle's Wing & Tail
Conditions: Mostly dry. Please don't make a trail around soft spots when you encounter them!
Good to Go
Free Lunch
Conditions: Mostly dry.
Good to Go
Gunny Loop Good to Go
Holy Cross Good to Go
Miramonte - Miramonte Rim Good to Go
Pet-e-Kes Good to Go
Ribbon Trail
Conditions: Not totally sure of this trail's condition. Please turn around and choose a different trail if you encounter alot of mud.
Good to Go