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Anasazi Loop

 4.3 (3)

1.3 Miles 2.0 Kilometers


Singletrack

20' 6 m

Ascent

-62' -19 m

Descent

1%

Avg Grade (1°)

3%

Max Grade (2°)

6,805' 2,074 m

High

6,760' 2,060 m

Low

Shared By Almonzo Wilder

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Soft singletrack through the pines - perfect for the first-time mountain biker.

Almonzo Wilder

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Description

This short loop is part of the Campbell Mesa Trail system, which offers quality easy riding on a set of partially overlapping singletrack loops. Anasazi Loop, which uses a potion of the Campbell Mesa Loop to form a 2.4 mile circle, is one of the best trails in the system for absolute beginners. The trail is smooth and fast with some nice turns and very minor ups and downs.

All trails in the Campbell Mesa system are popular, so watch for other bikers, hikers, runners, etc.

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Aug 4, 2018
Stacey Carron
First time! 3mi
Jun 9, 2017
Patrick Wissing
Oct 13, 2015
Sophia Gomez
Completed this with Campbell mesa loop. Great after work ride close to home!
May 4, 2014
Craig Howdeshell
A great beginners trail, with some minor technical challenges. 2.5mi

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  4.3 from 3 votes

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in Flagstaff

#5163

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#133

in Arizona

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Craig Howdeshell
Flagstaff, AZ
Craig Howdeshell   Flagstaff, AZ
Started with the Campbell Mesa loop and then took the Anasazi loop. This is a really nice ride and perfect for the beginner. There were a few sharp looking rocks but you should be able to dodge them. i enjoyed this loop as my first MTN bike ride and so did my son. Jun 6, 2014

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