Front Range

RTD and Bustang (operated by CDOT) will be your best bets for cheap public transportation in/around Denver. All buses in these two networks are equipped with front bike racks, and large, regional buses will have luggage storage below that will carry a boxed up bicycle.

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Mount Massive TH - the bike stays here.

The State of Colorado features a land mass that’s one third Public Land! This makes access to this land for hiking, camping, and riding extremely plentiful.

There are some finer points to consider when designing your own trip:

National Forest/BLM Land

Unless otherwise posted, access for dispersed camping is available on most National Forest and BLM land.

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Front Range

Rampart Range Road

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Tour 14er Front Range
Tour 14er Front Range

Route Narrative

Front Range Stats

  • MTB Narrative:
    • 380 miles
    • 39,200′ elevation gain/loss
  • Road Narrative:
    • 350 miles
    • 29,003′ elevation gain/loss
  • Hiking:
    • 6 14ers
    • 47.62 miles
    • 18,552′ elevation gain/loss

The Front Range 14ers:

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