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Santa Fe Rail Trail

 3.0 (9)

11.7 Miles 18.8 Kilometers


Singletrack

212' 65 m

Ascent

-428' -130 m

Descent

1%

Avg Grade (1°)

4%

Max Grade (2°)

6,886' 2,099 m

High

6,612' 2,015 m

Low

Shared By Taber West

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This is a fast wide singletrack that follows the railroad tracks to Lamy and the Galisteo Basin.

Taber West

Dogs Leashed

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Description

This trail starts at the parking lot on the south side of Rabbit Road at the end of the paved Santa Fe Rail Trail. It follows the tracks all the way past Eldorado to Highway 285 where the tracks cross the road.

It's a good fast training ride with very little climbing, and great for taking beginners on. There is really nothing technical on this ride, but the views can be great.

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May 9, 2018
Jim Fish
Can just do 2 or 3 miles at lunch hour, but find the scenery more interesting south of Rabbit Road better than the paved in-town section of the trail 2.5mi — 1h 00m
Jul 3, 2017
Titanium Trails
Started at Lamy end and cycled to Santa Fe and back 23.6mi
Jul 1, 2016
Lee Bergmann
Did this out and back, great way to acclimatize. Bottom half or third is single trac along the RR but the whole thing is fast and fun 24mi
Jun 3, 2016
Frank Skimahorn
Spur Ranch to Rabbit Rd and back. Boring. I rode this instead of the Galisteo trails cuz I forgot my helmet. 20.5mi — 1h 44m

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  3.0 from 9 votes

#7

in Santa Fe

#13553

Overall
  3.0 from 9 votes
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#7

in Santa Fe

#339

in New Mexico

#13,553

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