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Candyland

Extremely Difficult

Trail

0.6 mile 0.9 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Extremely Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 0' 0 m
Descent: -332' -101 m
High: 8,980' 2,737 m
Low: 8,648' 2,636 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 11% (6°)
Max Grade: 32% (18°)

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Trail shared by Ulysses Yarbrough

This trail features the biggest jumps at Angel Fire Bike Park.

Ulysses Yarbrough

Electric Mountain Bikes Allowed

Features -none-

Open only during bike park in-season hours.

Description

At the bottom of Chutes & Ladders, take an immediate right. Keep right for the easier route. If you're feeling adventurous, ride straight, across a one-foot wide elevated bridge.

After a few tight berms, the trail opens up. The top section consists of a few medium-sized hip jumps. After dropping into a steep berm, you are faced with three massive tabletop jumps, each in the 40-45 foot range, followed by a small drop, a wooden rocket launcher, and one more small jump.

Follow the signs into the last section, consisting of two long berms and a final 45-foot tabletop.

It's essential to hold your speed through these jumps. Casing them is not an option. I recommend scoping them out first to get a true sense of their huge size.

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bike bridge under chile express lift
Jul 24, 2019 near Angel Fire, NM

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