Sangre Figure 8

This route encompasses some of the best climbs in the Santa Fe area of the Sangre de Cristo mountains. Oh yeah, the descents are great fun too. The area is a nicely forested, classic Santa Fe chunk route with lung-busting climbs and ripping descents. The Ride XC/Trail Moderate to expert difficulty, good fitness recommended Best…

Winsor Out and Back

While many think of the Winsor as a shuttle or connector route, the classic route is a simple out and back that gets your heart rate up with a big reward at the end. The Ride XC/Trail Expert to Moderate difficulty, mainly due to fitness required Best June-October (depending on snow conditions) Access from Big…

Atalaya with Dorothy

If you only have only an hour or two and want to get some elevation, views, and chunk squeezed in, this is a great route. This is not for the faint of heart, though. The Ride Trail/All Mountain Moderate to Expert difficulty, fitness and technical Best April-October (depending on snow conditions) Access from Water History…

Big Mountain Enduro Course

Really want to see what it takes to ride a Big Mountain Enduro? This route contains the classics: the big ridge from the top of Glorieta Baldy, Jagged Axe, Janker DH, and Chili Dog. These trails are steep, chunky, have drops, and are littered with challenging features. The Ride All Mountain, Enduro Expert to Extreme,…

Rancho Viejo Backcountry Loop

Love riding remote singletrack and not seeing another person? The Rancho Viejo Backcountry Loop encompasses a true off-the-radar route that traverses big mountain ridges, follows wild streams, and provides a truly wilderness-like experience. Utilizing Pacheco Canyon Rd (FR 102) as your initial climb, the remainder route is rugged singletrack. The Ride XC/Trail Expert difficulty, mainly…

Winsor Special Selection

Likely Santa Fe’s most well-known trail, the Winsor Trail starts in the village of Tesuque and continues deep into the Pecos Wilderness. For riders, most will try to shuttle starting at ‘Norski’, the Winsor drop in near the ski basin, and ride back to town via a series of trails that will bring you back…

Tesuque Peak Loop

The Tesuque Peak Loop is a high altitude up-then-down reminiscent of Pacific Northwest Style rides. You climb a forest service road for 2,000′ with little relief and beautiful vistas and then bomb down through the ski basin to connect to one of the most entertaining, albeit steep, trails in Santa Fe. The Ride All Mountain…