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black La Milagrosa

Trail

4.4 mile 7.1 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 213' 65 m
Descent: -1,381' -421 m
High: 4,029' 1,228 m
Low: 2,809' 856 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 7% (4°)
Max Grade: 23% (13°)

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Trail shared by Ryan Courreges 1

It starts ugly, but rewards riders with a phenomenal finish.

Ryan Courreges 1

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Description

To get to the official start of La Milagrosa, you need to first begin with a miserable hike-a-bike up about 500 vertical feet over a little less than a mile to the top of the ridge on the Bellota AZT. Then continue down on the Bellota AZT until roughly the 2.5 mile mark where you'll come to a junction. La Milagrosa official begins to the right heading south. Or you can continue to the east on Bellota AZT all the way to Reddington Road.

That said, La Milagrosa is a fun, fast, technical, gnarly, rocky downhill that can easily throw you over the bars if you're not prepared. If you're wondering if you should suffer through the initial hike, the answer is yes. It's a great ride definitely worth doing at least once a season.

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May 13, 2019
Lost Justpastnowhere
Dec 23, 2017
Amy White
Dec 2, 2017
Leumas Droffig
Crazy technical
Apr 1, 2017
Nicholes Alonge
So fun and enjoyable to ride CHUNK!!!
Jan 29, 2017
Bobby Baravati
Jan 29, 2017
Matt Hendey
Chunky Chunky!
Dec 26, 2015
Justin Hall
Apr 4, 2015
Carlos Loya
Gnarly as heck, fun stilll — 1h 00m

Trail Ratings

  4.1 from 15 votes

#2

in Tucson

#4046

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#2

in Tucson

#92

in Arizona

#4,046

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