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New San Juan Trail

 3.3 (3)

5.1 Miles 8.1 Kilometers


Singletrack

434' 132 m

Ascent

-811' -247 m

Descent

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

41%

Max Grade (22°)

3,395' 1,035 m

High

2,785' 849 m

Low

Shared By Zander Göpfert

Conditions


Minor Issues 97 days ago
Dry, Fallen Trees - Fallen brush in one spot History

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A well-maintained, scenic stretch of trail between Blue Jay Campground and Cocktail Rock.

Zander Göpfert

Dogs Unknown

Features -none-

Adventure Pass needed to park at Blue Jay Campground.

Description

To contrast the eroded Old San Juan Trail, this trail is a refreshing change with beautiful sections through oak forest and chaparral. The tread is intact and keeps a manageable grade throughout.

The best way to access this trail is from Blue Jay Campground and heading southwest. Use the MTB Project mobile app to navigate the intersections as the signage can be confusing or non-existent. The trail ends at the Cocktail Rock intersection with the Old San Juan Trail.

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Check-Ins

Jun 9, 2018
Weston Penfield
Better downhill, very difficult sections uphill with rocks and roots. Had to dismount several times on the uphill 7mi
Aug 12, 2017
Ryan Stoddard
Make sure you have some pretty sturdy rims and spokes to deal with all the rocks and tree roots. Extra water is always advisable. 8.5mi — 4h 08m
Apr 23, 2017
Pepe El Toro
11mi
Dec 26, 2016
Mike Dour

Trail Ratings

  3.3 from 3 votes

#3

in Alberhill

#13795

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  3.3 from 3 votes
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#3

in Alberhill

#1,170

in California

#13,795

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