“A challenging trail with loose climbing on baby heads and ledges and a matching descent.”
— Lee Brinckerhoff on Apr 8, 2013
RestrictionsMay be closed during the summer months due to fire danger, check with the ranger station for details.
DescriptionThis is a challenging but ridable section of trail. It starts on Rd 242 and finishes at a junction with the Pinyon Trail, though the forest service map shows it joining Bear Scat instead. Both ends feature extended climbs on a loose surface with limestone ledges - baby heads are the biggest challenge.
The top section of the trail changes from smooth and fast to twisting with rock gardens. The northern climb/descent is more continuous with tighter turns and shorter / steeper.
ContactsLand Manager: USFS - Cibola National Forest Office
Aug 19 Cibola National Forest hosting workshops to identify lands potentially suitable for wilderness consideration
Aug 19 Cibola National Forest and Talking Talons developing winter recreation programs on the Sandia MountainsLocal Club: FooMTB Trail Partners
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