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Allie Canyon #100

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A rough and remote but beautiful backcountry canyon descent.


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9.6

Miles

15.5

KM

Singletrack

8,106' 2,471 m

High

6,241' 1,902 m

Low

677' 206 m

Up

2,542' 775 m

Down

6%

Avg Grade (4°)

35%

Max Grade (19°)

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Description

This is a rugged ride through a remote canyon via babyhead-accented ATV trail that crosses a (usually) dry creek bed several times. While it can be ridden up from the Mimbres Ranger Station off of Highway 35, this trail is best ridden down. This means you'll need to access Allie Canyon from above by means of riding the Continental Divide Trail (CDT: NM Hwy 15 (Arrastra Site TH) (NM Sec. 8).

The fastest way to access Allie Canyon from above is to arrange a shuttle. Start at the Signal Peak Parking Area and Trailhead near the top of Signal and Black Peak. This trailhead allows direct access to the Continental Divide Trail.

Head east on the Continental Divide Trail, going generally downhill until the trail crosses Bear Canyon Road. Turn right immediately after crossing the road and look for the Allie Canyon trail sign. From here, enjoy a rough, rocky descent through Allie Canyon until the trail ends at the Mimbres Ranger Station situated right off of Highway 35.

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Christopher Bare

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  3.0 from 2 votes

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in Pinos Altos

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#8

in Pinos Altos

#466

in New Mexico

#18,740

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