“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
Jun 26 Northern New Mexico Resource Advisory Committee Now accepting funding applications for Title II projectsAMBA
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