La Tierra East Loop

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  2.5 from 2 votes
greenBlue  Easy/Intermediate from 4 votes
Rank: #7 in the Santa Fe area
#68 in NM, #2,514 Overall
Views: 841. Last 30 days: 33
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Nov 23 Yellow - Some Mud Muddy - Ride early befor...
Featured Ride in the area near Santa Fe,
“An easy loop on the east side of the La Tierra trails.”
Taber West on Feb 7, 2014
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5.79.2 milesKilometers 465’142 m Ascent 7,331’2,234 m High 3% Avg Grade (2°)
90% Singletrack -465’-142 m Descent 7,116’2,169 m Low 10% Max Grade (6°)
This is a mostly flowy loop made up of a bunch of interconnected trails on the east side of Camino del los Montoyas road. It has a few sandy sections, and a little bit of doubletrack near the water tank.
This ride begins on Ridge road just north of the overpass on NM 599. The is a parking lot on the left side of the road. You climb north toward Tano road, then cut onto a narrow singletrack that brings you around to the west and the cell towers.

Cross the road at the towers trailhead and continue south around the jump park, then cross the road again. Trail 38 heads north and branches off onto Trail 35 and back to the cell tower. Hear you rejoin the first singletrack for a short distance, then cut right onto Trail 34 back to the south. From here you head west on Trail 36 to the parking lot where you started.
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4.5 (2)
A good up and down. A little bit of road to connect to the Big Tesuque.
near Santa Fe, NM
4.0 (1)
A good little out and back. Trail comes to a end due to damage from a fire y...
near Santa Fe, NM
4.0 (1)
This is an excellent 20 mile loop with variable terrain and awesome views.
near White Rock, NM

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  2.3 from 3 votes
climbing up trail 34. (Santa Fe, NM)