Construction Complete on Prospector: New Blue Jump Trail at Powderhorn Mountain Resort
It’s been a tough summer up on the Grand Mesa. From rock-laden terrain to toxic wildfire smoke, Mother Nature threw our crews at Powderhorn Mountain Resort a few curveballs, but it wasn’t enough to stop them.
We’re excited to announce that we've completed construction on Prospector, and it will be ready to ride for the 2021 season.
The crew on this project did a fantastic job navigating terrain that was heavily comprised of volcanic basalt, and in specific sections, they even had to farm dirt from other areas to construct take-offs and landings. The end result from their hard work is a progressive blue jump trail that will challenge riders lap after lap.
The entrance to Prospector starts halfway down Blue Ribbon and opens with a step-up tabletop. During the top half of the trail, riders will encounter rock rolls, table-tops, and sweeping berms on steeper grades as they traverse through volcanic scree fields.
As riders reach the mid-way point the trail descends into large groves of aspen trees, filled with multiple jump lines, rollers and drops.
The final section of the trail is a fast descent where riders will encounter bridges, creek crossings, and expansive views of the Book Cliffs across the Grand Valley. Prospector exits onto lower Ramble On.
We’re excited to share Prospector with the riding public and we thank our partners at Powderhorn Mountain Resort for the opportunity to continue adding world-class trails to their network.
If you have any comments or feedback about the trail, don't hesitate to let us know what you thought by sending us a message to firstname.lastname@example.org
We’ll see you on the hill!
- The Team at Singletrack Trails