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Jeebs Line

 3.3 (12)

8.3 Miles 13.4 Kilometers


75%

Singletrack

473' 144 m

Ascent

-474' -144 m

Descent

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

13%

Max Grade (8°)

5,669' 1,728 m

High

5,348' 1,630 m

Low

Shared By Kings Run East

Conditions


All Clear 97 days ago
Mostly Dry: despite the summer monsoon, the trail is in excellent condition History

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A loop through the flowiest sections of the Placitas Area Trails.

Kings Run East

Dogs Unknown

Features -none-

Overview

It's a great loop that starts off with a nice XC run, goes into some easy downhill, and then some tighter, more techy downhills before climbing out and pedaling along the road.

Need to Know

There are some steep drops and climbs through arroyos along Cattle Fence Trail. WS06 is an easy descent with some berms, WS04 has quicker drops, bigger berms, and optional features like gaps and drops.

Description

Park at the Placitas Area Trails trailhead. Exit the parking lot to the east, fairly shortly there will be a split in the trail at the fence line- head to the right. Ride the fence line until it stops at the dirt road, there are frequently cars parked here. Head downhill, cross the road, and get on the WS06 trail. This is a nice warm up downhill, with some small berms and fast sections.

When WS06 dead-ends at WS03, turn right and head north. Take the second left, WS04 and head west. WS04 has some nice drops and some smooth berms. There are several optional features, the second gap jump has a cactus in the gap. It's easy to pass the climb out to the left, if you get to fenceposts you went too far. Climb out to the section of WS03 you already did, and either repeat WS04 or follow WS03 to the road. Continue along the road to the north to return to the parking lot.

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Check-Ins

Aug 10, 2018
Jared Gardner
Dec 29, 2017
Kellen Walsh
Jul 23, 2017
Ruthie Iturralde
May 18, 2017
Jenn Mosier
Mar 26, 2017
Nathan Frasier
Nice variety of trails though not well marked. 6.5mi
Mar 22, 2017
Adam Pullins
Mar 15, 2017
Adam Pullins
Mar 14, 2017
David Kriegshauser
New fence designations Puebla land (No Trespassing) cuts out the southern quarter of trails. Heads up. 11.7mi

Trail Ratings

  3.3 from 12 votes

#2

in Placitas

#2443

Overall
  3.3 from 12 votes
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Rankings

#2

in Placitas

#64

in New Mexico

#2,443

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52 Views Last Month
3,984 Since Dec 17, 2013
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Fenced at top Apr 18, 2017
Much of this trail is closed because much of it is now on private land that belongs to Sandia Pueblo. I talked to a local who said it is “commonplace to ride it anyway.” He also said he didn’t agree with the land swap with Sandia Pueblo so he chooses to trespass because they don’t “police it with guns.” Practice good ethics y’all. Hate to hear some of thelocals have a difficult time understanding private versus public land. Apr 29, 2018

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