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Buena Vista is home to endless miles of mountain biking terrain and is particularly known for its Fourmile Recreation Area, Midland Hill and Barbara Whipple Trail System.

While there are countless routes and options, here are some of our favorite rides in Buena Vista:

Mountain Biking

Lower Gentleman’s Loop(Half Gentleman’s Loop)

The Gentleman’s Loop is a favorite mountain biking route in the Fourmile Area. The full Gentleman’s Loop is about 11.1 miles and takes about 3 hours to complete. To make this ride a little easier, the lower loop begins at a different trailhead to cut out the rocky climb at the beginning. This route is a great introduction to cycling Buena Vista trail systems.

Barbara Whipple Figure Eight

The Barbara Whipple trail system has some of our favorite mountain biking and is available right in downtown Buena Vista. The “Figure Eight” section is a combination of trails that loop around on Midland Hill and form the shape of a figure eight. This route is good for advanced cyclists and requires a high level of fitness.

Road Cycling


With its stunning Rocky Mountain scenery, the Mount Princeton to Nathrop Loop is a Buena Vista favorite. If you want a good workout but don’t want to climb intense mountain passes, this route is for you.


For a rigorous workout, intense climb and beautiful views, try cycling up Cottonwood Pass. This route requires a high fitness level and acclimation to Buena Vista’s high altitude.


The Buena Vista River Road is a great biking option for families and those looking for a relatively flat, easy ride with amazing scenery. You’ll be biking along the old Midland Railroad grade and will pass through a series of railroad tunnels. This route parallels the Arkansas River and provides views of various rapids in what is known as the “Narrows” section of river. Rock climbing is very popular in this area, so you may even see climbers on the large rock formations along the route.

0.0 - Ride north on N. Colorado Ave. from the intersection with E. Main St.

0.3 - Buena Vista city limits. N. Colorado Ave. becomes CR 371.

1.8 - Cross a bridge over the river. The road surface turns to dirt just after the bridge.

2.5 - Pass the intersection with CR 375 on your right.

2.6 - Enter the first tunnel.

3.0 - Pass by two popular rock climbing areas, one (Bob’s Rock) immediately on your right, the other (Elephant Rock) just ahead on your left.

6.2 - Pass the Railroad Bridge recreation area on your left (pit toilets available).

9.3 - The ride ends where CR 371 turns left and crosses the river. Turn around and head back!

Family Friendly Rides

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The book Round is a Tortilla: A Book of Shapes teaches children about shapes as well as Spanish words. The snack-making experience gives kids a chance to have a hands-on experience with exploring shapes and making their own snack.

Round is a Tortilla: A Book of Shapes

The skills covered in this activity include: Literacy


Fine Motor

Round is a Tortilla: A Book of Shapes by Roseanne Thong is a picture journey of kids discovering objects of different shapes all around them. This multicultural title showcases items that would be found in many Latin homes and communities. There are many Spanish words that are introduced and a helpful glossary of those words in the back of the book.

As you read, emphasize the Spanish vocabulary. You may choose to draw each item on chart paper and write the Spanish and English words next to the pictures.

Materials Needed (makes 1 snack) You will need to multiply the ingredients by the number of children enjoying the snack.

Materials Needed

Making the Snack Let the kids help prep and prepare their snack. All steps can be completed by the kids with adult supervision.

Making the Snack

While the kids enjoy their snack, talk about the Spanish translation for each ingredient.

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by mcdog » 18 Mar 2010, 23:19

Sorry you got such a rude reception at BGG. I think your program rocks and until they actually produce a computer version I'm disappointed at Donald's response. That having been said it's Jay at Rio Grande Games that I hope steps in. He owns the rights. I like RGG and have spent a ton of money on their products so unless his PC game is available shortly I sure wish he'd respond and give you the ok.

by FrozenHoHos » 19 Mar 2010, 02:15

I read through the thread on BGG, and am a little disappointed by the manner in which Donald responded. He's certainly within his right to protect his intellectual property, but some of the comments were completely unnecessary. Kudos to you for keeping your cool throughout the exchange. That said, I know there are "homemade" PC versions of other games distributed by RGG available, and many of them use the same art as the published board games. St. Petersburg and Ra come to mind immediately, and both of those are available directly (or at least linked) from BGG. My guess is that the version they have in development has something to do with the attitude towards your effort. Neither St. Pete or Ra have commercial versions in the works (that I'm aware of anyway) and that could be the difference. Regardless, nice work on your implementation.

by Snacko » 19 Mar 2010, 09:00

Can someone post a link to the thread at BGG, because I can't find it there.
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by jatill » 19 Mar 2010, 12:00

Can someone post a link to the thread at BGG, because I can't find it there.
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Good to see this back up. Hope this is more acceptable to all. Great work Jatill!!

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