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Trigo + 2500

 5.0 (1)

13.4 Miles 21.6 Kilometers


30%

Singletrack

2,041' 622 m

Ascent

-2,056' -627 m

Descent

6%

Avg Grade (3°)

26%

Max Grade (15°)

5,576' 1,700 m

High

3,974' 1,211 m

Low

Shared By Leonardo Pascual

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This loop is is a ~22km ride that is 70% uphill with a fun descent on 2500 Descent.

Leonardo Pascual

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Overview

This is a variation of the Triguito Loop while adding the 2500 Descent. It's called 2500 because that was the prize amount on the very first mountain bike competitions we had (long ago) that used this route.

Need to Know

Bring cash for the Coca-Cola cafeteria where they sell some amazing Burritas near where this loop starts and ends. You may also want to refill your Camelbak, so there are some Pulperias (minimarts) on the way to Climb 4 2500.

Description

This loop is mostly an XC route with a descent on 2500 Descent. The entrance on that trail is really loose, so watch for it but then you'll enjoy the rest of the descent which is easy and fun.

At the end of the trail, you'll have a 180-degree turn downhill to the left. Watch the big white rock; it's an easy drop, but get off your bike first to choose a line.

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