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Mineral Belt Trail [1]
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The Mineral Belt Trail follows alongside the mining dumps and tailings outside of Leadville, Colorado.  Old relics & historical markers can be seen alongside the bike path.  Views of Colorado's two highest 14ers, Mt. Elbert (elev. 14433') & Mt. Massive (14421').

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