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Tommyknocker 10 Race Loop

Intermediate

Trail

12.4 mile 19.9 kilometer loop
55% Singletrack
Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 727' 222 m
Descent: -723' -220 m
High: 6,682' 2,037 m
Low: 6,056' 1,846 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 2% (1°)
Max Grade: 7% (4°)

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A "super-fun, fast, and flowy" loop of trail though Arenas Valley.

Christopher Bare

Electric Mountain Bikes Unknown

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Overview

This is a 12-mile loop that will be used for the 2019 Tommyknocker 10, a ten-hour endurance race held in the Arenas Valley Area on a yearly basis.

Need to Know

The event is off for 2020.

Description

At the designated parking area, take Woodhaul Wagon Road Trail #55 North for about half a mile. At this point turn off the doubletrack into a short section of singletrack that will take you to the Service Corrals. From the Service Corrals, enjoy a fast, flowing run down the new Watering Hole trail unitl it connects into the Fenceline Trail and follow this trail up until it reaches another gate and a set of corrals. From the corrals stay on the singletrack labelled "trail." Do not get on the Fenceline Trail yet. Take the singletrack up until you reach an intersection with the Woodhaul Wagon Road Trail #55. Turn left and then almost immediately, you'll notice singletrack that goes off to the left. Take this singletrack until it meets up with the Arenas Valley: Fence Line Trail.

Head back up Arenas Valley: Fence Line Trail until it meets up with Sawmill Wagon Road Trail #243. Climb Sawmill Wagon Road Trail #243 until you reach the Big Tree Trail #755 intersection and take Big Tree Trail #755 to the Cornell Ranch Trail #758. Follow Cornell Ranch Trail #758 back down (enjoy the nice downhill bomber run) to Woodhaul Wagon Road Trail #55. Follow this trail south until you reach a singletrack segment just below Barrel Spring. Watch your head at the beginning of the trail if you are tall as you'll pass under a metal pipe. Follow this trail back to the parking area. The trail will come very close and parallel Woodhaul Wagon Road Trail #55 at times, but stay on the singletrack. Enjoy the race, I hope to see you there!

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Sep 22, 2019
Dave Vernon
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mj purtee
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Charlie Muir

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This was one of many creek crossings encountered during the 2017 Tommyknocker.
Feb 27, 2017 near Santa C…, NM
Check out the trail's namesake while you're riding the Big Tree Trail!
Mar 30, 2017 near Arenas…, NM
Mile five of the fifth lap.
Feb 28, 2016 near Arenas…, NM
The year round spring fed pond from which this trail gets its name.
Mar 25, 2019 near Santa C…, NM
Big Tree, one of the biggest, oldest juniper trees in the United States.
Jun 8, 2015 near Arenas…, NM
A good bit of the trail is on dirt doubletrack and a short stretch was on this old road.
Jul 18, 2017 near Arenas…, NM

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