“A classic downhill in Los Alamos that drops 2200' back into town from Pipeline Rd.”
— Taber West on Sep 10, 2013
DescriptionThis trail begins by a burned log with Guaje Ridge etched in it about 3/4 of the way up Pipeline Road. It is a fast and twisty descent until you reach the intersection of the Mitchell Trail about half way down. From here there is a short climb and then the trail continues descending down to the top of Cabra and the 3 bears.
This lower portion of the trail is technical and rough, with a fair amount of NM locust growing close in on the trail. Beware, this bush will rip you to shreds like a wet cat. Total descent on this trail is nearly 2200'.
ContactsLand Manager: USFS - Santa Fe National Forest Office
Jul 19 Northern New Mexico Resource Advisory Committee Extends Deadline for SRS Funding Applications
Jul 17 Forest Service Awards Stewardship Contract for Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Project on the Santa Fe National ForestLocal Club: Los Alamos Singletrack Association
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