Ojitos Trail Topo Map

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You are in the pinyon- and juniper-covered foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. If you ride this area in the fall, stop along the trail every now and then to gather a handful of pinyon nuts—they’re tasty and good energy food! This straight out-and-back route is a round-trip of about 7 miles. Several great options for exploring off this route, however, will lengthen this ride. It will take riders with intermediate riding skills in good physical condition about two hours to complete this trail—more, if you want to stay and play on the berms. The short, steep humps that continue for about a quarter-mile section of this ride will test your technical skill and your nerve. You can catch big air off of some of these rollers, so check your speed and adjust to your skill level. Don’t forget to wear your brain bucket! This ride is clear of snow and dry by early spring. It should stay ridable until late into the fall.
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Taos, New Mexico

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