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blueBlack En Tus Suenos

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5.3 mile 8.5 kilometer loop
Singletrack
Intermediate/Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 373' 114 m
Descent: -372' -113 m
High: 7,326' 2,233 m
Low: 7,050' 2,149 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 3% (2°)
Max Grade: 13% (8°)

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A short ride with technical sections showing off some awesome high desert scenery.

Dylan Welsh

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This trail is a loop through some Badlands looking terrain running basically east and then back west along Blue Rim. Sections of the trail are undefined and this trail is narrow and seems pretty new in spots. Trail in the lower section goes west from Burma road and follows a well defined cow trail about half way with a singletrack jaunt up over a few hills with small wooden bridges over washes. The trail then regains the main cow track to a small water reservoir where it again goes off over some tricky hill sections.

The trail then turns south as it winds its way up a hillside leading to the top of a large ridge. There are more air bridges over washes and odd trail matting over some very sandy sections. The trail at the top of the ridge turns back east and is somewhat undefined across the ridge. If you stick to the north rim of the ridge and keep going east you'll find the main track again on the far side. At the far east side of the ridge there is a saddle which the trail winds down through and as you work up the other side of the saddle there is yet another bridge.

After a short ride along a two track on this next ridge line, you can follow the two track back to the parking down a fast hill or turn off at the edge of the ridge and follow another short singletrack section with more of the same trail matting over some sandy sections. Either way leads back to the parking. The name of the trail came from one of the bridges which had this spray painted on it. I had to look it up but it means "In Your Dreams" in Spanish.

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Jul 19, 2018
Trent Bowers
Trail hard to find in spots. Cows left major ruts in most of the trail when it was wet and now that the trail is dry it's rough going. Won't do again 7mi — 2h 00m
Jun 22, 2017
Susan Stringfellow
Trail very hard to find in some spots, has not been ridden in awhile. Could use some trail maintenance / or just needs to be ridden more. 7.5mi — 2h 04m
Jun 22, 2017
Erika Tokarz
Trail hasn't been risen in a while, difficult to follow. 6.2mi
May 17, 2014
Dylan Welsh
Nov 12, 2013
Dylan Welsh
Oct 27, 2013
Dylan Welsh
Probably last day of the season to ride this one. — 2h 00m
Oct 24, 2013
Dylan Welsh

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#3

in Pinedale

#25399

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#3

in Pinedale

#522

in Wyoming

#25,399

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