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Cofradía

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25.2 Miles 40.5 Kilometers


30%

Singletrack

4,668' 1,423 m

Ascent

-4,679' -1,426 m

Descent

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

38%

Max Grade (21°)

5,995' 1,827 m

High

2,860' 872 m

Low

Shared By Leonardo Pascual

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A heavy ride for more experienced riders with a long pedal through cloudy forest on fun tracks.

Leonardo Pascual

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Overview

This is a heavy ride for more experienced riders. Long pedaling, hard climbs, and tough grades make this route challenging but you'll love the descents as it feels like you're in a natural bike park.

Need to Know

Protective gear (knees and elbows) is highly recommended for the steep descents.

Description

Start this loop off of V-660 onto the Trigo Climb. Continue past the righthand turn for the Trigo Viewpoint Trail onto the Trigo Alternate trail, which connects with the Trigo Viewpoint Trail further to the east.

Take the Trigo Bypass to cut out the southeastern loop of the Trigo Viewpoint Trail and continue heading north.

Eventually, you'll turn left on Ruta 662 before turning right onto the V-660 A la Tigra Connector. Continue north on the V- 660 A la Tigra until it continues onto La Tigra Trail. Link up with the Road to Cofradía Town doubletrack as it loops back to the west and southwest through Cofradia.

Next, look for a left onto the Casa Quemada trail, which connects with Regreso al Hatillo. Take this trail back to the start point.

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