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blue Road Apple West Trail

Trail

10.8 mile 17.4 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 836' 255 m
Descent: -389' -119 m
High: 6,305' 1,922 m
Low: 5,834' 1,778 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 2% (1°)
Max Grade: 10% (6°)

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Trail shared by Stan Allison

Fast, rolling singletrack through piñon/juniper and badlands. Lots o' whoops!

Stan Allison

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Description

Turn right onto singletrack off of a dirt road that heads west from Glade Road/Country Road 1980 for the Road Apple West Trail for approximately ten miles of fun singletrack which is shared with dirt bikes. Very few dirt bikes or mountain bikes ride this section of trail. The southern portion of singletrack has had issues with ATV/OHV encroachment but gets better to the north with some nice views of the La Plata Mountains.

There is some sand, but nothing too bad that would require plus sized or fat bikes. Combining this trail with Road Apple East Trail, Seven Sisters, Bong Rock, Rigor Mortis, Anasazi to Hood Mesa Rd Connector and Anasazi makes for an awesome loop that follows the Road Apple Rally Course.

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Jun 16, 2019
Rick Christensen
Father's Day ride
Oct 6, 2018
Brandon Vicenti
Jul 18, 2018
Kerry Dixon

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  3.8 from 5 votes

#2

in Farmington

#9274

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#2

in Farmington

#212

in New Mexico

#9,274

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