|Activity Type:||Mountain Biking|
|Nearby City:||Grand Junction|
“To the uninitiated, the park looks like a collection of ant hills on steroid spread over the size of a football field. Dirt mounds of various heights from beginner to expert comprise four practice areas — the Pump Track, Jump Lines, Alternate Skills Lines and the Dual Slalom” GJ Free Press
The Lunch Loop Trail System is in Grand Junction between Monument Road and Little Park Road. This trail system consists primarily of trails rated “more difficult” to “very difficult”, and also offers two trails: Free Lunch and Pucker-Up designated for downhill mountain biking only (one-way, no hiking). Adjacent to the Colorado National Monument and Bangs Canyon allow the Lunch Loops Trail System to provide spectacular views on challenging terrain. The trails are open to mountain biking and hiking, and receive high use from both mountain bikers and trail runners, and dogs are a frequent occurrence in the area.