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Carbondale Is a Biker's Paradise

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Biking enthusiasts, rejoice. Early fallin Carbondale and the Roaring Fork Valley is prime time for mountain bikingundersunny autumn skies. It's a perfect time to explore Carbondale real estate before fall gives way to the snows of winter.

Grab your gear and don't forget your bike helmet for these awe-inspiring bike trails.

Red Hill Loop

Red Hill Loop in Carbondale is a trail system that takes you on a single-track bike ride idealfor both newcomers or advanced riders. To get access to the trail, park on the edge of Carbondale off Highway 82. Theres a quick and easy halfmile climb that brings you to a smooth dirt path that is the start of the trail. If youre really enthusiastic, just make the trek from town instead of driving.

Prince Creek Road

The foliage in fall along Prince Creek Road is worth much more than a passing look as you ride along in your car. Instead, hop on your bike so you can go slow and appreciate the crispy fall leaves along the berm and the colorful canopy overhead. Prince Creek Road will also bring you to lots of other bike paths, including Porcupine Loop, West Sopris Creek Loop, and Hay Park Trail. Make a day of it and bring a picnic lunch to enjoy at Hay Park.

Roaring Fork Valley

The Roaring Fork Valley is nothing short of magnificentfor fall biking in Aspen. The river runs pretty wild, but there are plenty of places to rest from your biking along the shores of the rushing water. Pick up online maps for the trails at the Roaring Fork Bike Association site at the MTB Project, which incidentally is an online guide and directory of mountain biking trails nationwide. There are dozens of Roaring Fork Valley trails to choose from, each offeringa unique perspective of the fall landscape.

You have to see Carbondale and the Roaring Fork Valley to appreciate how beautiful it looks in any season of the year. If you're thinking aboutinvesting in Roaring Fork Valleyreal estate, contact usto learn more about this pristine location nestled beneath majestic Mount Sopris. We'd love to talk to you!

Photo: Ben Thomas

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