“A very challenging narrow and rocky trail, remote feeling in sections.”
— Lee Brinckerhoff on Jun 9, 2013
RestrictionsCan be closed for fire danger during summer months, check with the ranger station.
DescriptionThis is a very challenging trail and not for the faint of heart. Just going off the downhill side of the trail in places could have some serious consequences.
The upper end starts out smooth enough but very tight through scrub oak. Things then open up and the rocks start in ernest. You are faced with a tough climb after rolling through a ravine.
A short meadow follows where you need to make a U-turn to stay on the correct trail and then the descending begins. At times rocky, steep, narrow and loose or any combination of those characteristics can apply. Hold onto your handlebars for the ride and try to stay relaxed.
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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