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MOUNTAIN BIKING CHARTERS

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PALISADE PLUNGE CHARTER

*Service is seasonal (May-October 10th)

*We are currently not providing this service

Pick-up Location:

Palisade Rim Trail Head

Shuttle Drop-off Location:

Grand Mesa~ Wild Rose Trail Head

Maximum Group Size: 14 pers.

Monday-Sunday

Custom times available

1 hr 15 Min Shuttle

For additional info call 970.433.4760

Palisade Plunge Trail Map.

COPMOBA Map 1

COPMOBA Map 2

Bring: Water, snacks, appropriate biking gear for trail and good vibes

News Release

BLM Colorado Grand Junction Field Office
Media Contact:  BLM – Eric Coulter (970) 244-3061
USFS – Bill Edwards (970) 242-8211
May, 25, 2021

Phase one of Palisade Plunge trail opens to the public

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. – The first phase of the Palisade Plunge, a 32-mile mountain bike trail from the top of the Grand Mesa to the Town of Palisade, is open for public access on Saturday, May 29. Phase two is expected to be complete at the end of July.

The Palisade Plunge trail is the result of a partnership between the Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Forest Service, Mesa County, Town of Palisade, City of Grand Junction, Grand Junction Economic Partnership, Colorado Parks and Wildlife, and the Colorado Plateau Mountain Bike Trail Association.

“The Palisade Plunge exemplifies how a community can come together and create something special for the community and visitors,” stated BLM Grand Junction Field Manager Greg Wolfgang. “This project will have positive impacts to the Grand Valley for generations.”

The phase one section begins on Lands End Road, approximately three miles below the Lands End Observatory and traverses over 17 miles from the forested slopes of the Mesa to a classic desert canyon at Hwy. 6 and the Palisade Rim Trailhead. This section of the Palisade Plunge navigates remote, backcountry terrain with some sections of extreme exposure recommended only for experienced riders.

Trail users should use the U.S. Forest Service’s Wild Rose recreation site for parking. The Wild Rose site can only be accessed from the bottom of Lands End Road at US Hwy 50. The gate past Wild Rose will remain locked until snow melt and road conditions on top of the Mesa allow the road to reopen. Please do not block the road. Commercial permits for shuttle service will begin operations on May 29 and use of shuttle services is encouraged to reduce parking congestion.

Trail enthusiasts are encouraged to consider their experience, skills, and preparedness before taking “The Plunge.” Bring plenty of food and water, appropriate clothing, and bike repair supplies.

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Third Flats Area Shuttle

*We are currently not running these shuttles

Shuttle Pick-up Location:

Lunch Loop Trail Parking Lot

Shuttle Drop-off Locations:

Little Park or Third Flats Parking Lots

NA

TBD

NA

12 Min Shuttle

Third Flats Area trail system has a wide selection of trails 

Click on Trail Forks or Mountain Bike Project link for additional details on trails within this area.

Bring: Mask, water, snacks, appropriate biking gear for trail and good vibes

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The Ribbon Trail Shuttle

*We are currently not running these shuttles

Shuttle Pick-up Location:

Lunch Loop Trail Parking

Shuttle Drop-off Location:

Ribbon Trail Head Parking Lot

NA

TBD

NA

18 Min Shuttle *time varies

The Lunch Loop trail system has a wide selection of trails.

Click on Trail Forks or the Mountain Bike Project links for details on additional trails within this area.

Bring: Mask, water, snacks, appropriate biking gear for trail and good vibes

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Bray & Co Adrenavan Shuttle

*We are currently not running this shuttle

Shuttle Pick-up Location:

Lunch Loop Trail Parking Lot

Shuttle Drop-off Locations:

Little Park or Third Flats Parking Lots

NA

TBD

NA

12 Min Shuttle

Third Flats Area trail system has a wide selection of trails 

Click on Trail Forks or Mountain Bike Project link for additional details on trails within this area.

Bring: Mask, water, snacks, appropriate biking gear for trail and good vibes

Local Trail Association: COPMOBA – Grand Valley Canyon Chapter

Please consider joining or donating to the local trail association to support
trail development & maintenance.