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Wide trail climbing up leads to a series of narrow short climbs and descents.


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Map Key

1.3

Miles

2.1

KM

Singletrack

6,727' 2,050 m

High

6,554' 1,998 m

Low

161' 49 m

Up

179' 55 m

Down

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

10%

Max Grade (6°)

Dogs Unknown

E-Bikes Unknown

Description

The southern end of the trail is a gradual grind up a wide trail, almost a road, with next to nothing to slow you down except the grade. Once you reach the top and the Wilderness access for the Pino Trail, you'll come upon some very large boulders to ride over tucked in some trees.

After the rocks, things smooth out again and the trail narrows to actual singletrack. A couple of short climbs and some fast fun descents follow before this trail hits a fork/T-intersection. Trail 230 is to the right and 230a is to the left.

Contacts

Local Club: AMBA

Land Manager: City of Albuquerque Open Space

Shared By:

LeeAB Brinckerhoff

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  3.7 from 12 votes

#11734

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  3.7 from 12 votes
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Trail Rankings

#256

in New Mexico

#11,734

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Photos

Sandia Wilderness, Pino Trailhead
Mar 14, 2013 near Sandia…, NM
Lance trying to figure out what to do with the embedded boulders
Mar 16, 2013 near Sandia…, NM

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Dec 3, 2021
Emery Byers
One of the best trails in this area for sure, fun to watch people mess up or walk the rock garden
Sep 29, 2018
Don Childrey
13mi
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