Pajarito Mountain Loop Topo Map

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You will be riding west toward the ridges of the Sierra de Los Valles, the mountains that form the eastern boundary of the Valle Grande. Views into the Valle Grande, to the east and south toward Los Alamos and Bandelier National Monument, are fabulous. The Sandia and Sangre de Cristo Mountains are also visible. This ride may be too much for someone unaccustomed to exertion at high elevations or in less than peak physical condition. Certain stretches of this ride are steep and loose, requiring a good amount of technical skill. Make sure that your helmet has a snug fit. Also, don’t get caught in one of those raging summer thunder-and-lightning storms—they can really put a damper on your outing. Because of the high elevation reached along this route, it is not good for riding before mid-to late spring. Snow returns to these elevations in November.
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Los Alamos, New Mexico

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