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Kowabunga, Dude! Alpine Perimeter
("Alpine Days" Expert Race Trail)

The Alpine Perimeter route no longer exists. Upper Hog Hollow is being replaced by singletrack to the new Peak View trail. The extreme "wash" and "chute" section is bypassed by the Three Falls trail. The final piece from Fort Canyon to the Schoolhouse Springs area is currently closed for subdivision construction, but should be open for riding by late 2017 or early 2018. For the current riding route from Traverse Ridge to Alpine, see the Three Falls/Peak View page.

We will miss the gnar of the Alpine Perimeter, but the new trails that replace it will be enjoyable to a much wider variety of skill levels.

Not a trail for newbies: Matt demonstrates a minor truing problem with his front tire -- a victim of "First Blood Chute". November 4, 2000. 

Getting there: Never been to Alpine? Take I-15 to the Alpine/Highland exit, just south of Point-of-the-Mountain. Drive straight east 5 miles towards the mountains, turning left at the stoplight in Highland (where you see the grocery store and gas station). Drive 2 miles north into Alpine to the 4-way stop at 200 North. That's our ride's starting point.

For a more detailed look at the options on the eastern end of the trail, go to the Lambert Park trail page.

Alpine Perimeter Map