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A rollicking descent


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Map Key

3.1

Miles

5.0

KM

Singletrack

10,167' 3,099 m

High

8,839' 2,694 m

Low

12' 4 m

Up

1,340' 408 m

Down

8%

Avg Grade (5°)

23%

Max Grade (13°)

Dogs Off-leash

E-Bikes Unknown

Description

This trail can certainly be ridden uphill, but it's heavily eroded in spots and riding up La Cueva Canyon Trail #492, connecting to Ojito Maes #182: La Cueva Peak Section then down this route may be preferable.

Below the lake plateau, the rock and roots festival begins. It's good fun for the more experienced rider with a full-suspension bike. There are many small mud holes, but these can be bypassed. Near the valley, there is an overlook of La Junta Canyon.

The trail ends at FR76 where there is a parking area. The area is open from late spring through fall.

Contacts

Shared By:

John Geronimo

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  4.0 from 4 votes
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Trail Rankings

#274

in New Mexico

#12,229

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Grove
Sep 24, 2017 near Mora, NM
Eroded singletrack
Sep 24, 2017 near Mora, NM
Roots
Sep 24, 2017 near Mora, NM

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Aug 15, 2020
Nick Chambers
Very fun, mostly flowy descent. 3.1mi
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