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black Cabra Loop

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4.2 mile 6.8 kilometer loop
Singletrack
Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 751' 229 m
Descent: -727' -222 m
High: 7,561' 2,305 m
Low: 6,922' 2,110 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 7% (4°)
Max Grade: 24% (13°)

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A difficult loop from the bottom of Rendija Canyon, or a descent finish to Guaje Ridge.

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This trail begins in Rendija Canyon at the end of the Dot Grant Trail. It climbs steadily on loose and tight singletrack up to the intersection at the top of the 3 bears and the end of Guaje Ridge. From there it turns right and descends back down to the bottom of the canyon on more rough and technical singletrack. From there it has a slight climb on eaven and smooth singletrack back to the start.

You may hear shooting near by the bottom, as the shooting range is on the other side of the canyon. The trail is tough, but it is worth riding, as it will raise your skill level a notch. There are several other trail intersections on the way up and down, follow the GPS track or you'll end up backtracking from the edge of a cliff.

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May 22, 2016
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#9

in Los Alamos

#7223

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#9

in Los Alamos

#166

in New Mexico

#7,223

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