Jennis is available for hiking in both directions. Bikers may only ride uphill between the base area and the intersection of Jenni's and Crescent Mine Grade (this part is considered Lower Jenni's Trail
). For the upper part of Jenni's trail, all users may travel up or down.
Features: Views — Wildflowers
Jenni's can be traveled in either direction. To do it in the downhill direction: pick up the well-signed Jenni's trail to the right, just past the top of the Town Lift. Duck into the trees to start this gentle downhill on wide, smooth switchbacks that cross numerous ski runs. The grade is very gradual and pleasant. Enjoy the abundant wildflowers and shady aspen groves, but keep a sharp lookout... this is a multi-use trail popular with ascending/descending hikers and bikers.
Partway down Jenni's Trail, a turnoff for Loose Moose
will allow you to cut off distance and join Crescent Mine Grade (CMG)
lower down on the mountain. To complete Jenni's trail in its entirety, ignore Loose Moose
and keep going until the 4-way intersection with Crescent Mine Grade (CMG)
and Lower Jenni's Trail