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Level: Advanced
Length: 6 mi (9.7 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: +1,013/ -1,035 ft
Total: 11 riders

Mountain Biking Devisadaro Peak Trail #108

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#52 of 282 mountain bike trails in New Mexico
#3,808 in the world

Divisadero is a combination of beautiful woodsy singletrack and tough rocky terrain. At .7 miles, the loops begins. To the left is a wooded singletrack ascent and to the right is a tough, rocky climb. Both directions are possible, but most people seem to go to the left here at the beginning of the loop. That way, you can come down the exciting rocky bits on the way down. :)

First added by mattvb on Dec 2, 2012. Last updated Apr 28, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
From the El Nogal parking area (which is on US64, .5 miles east of the intersection with NM585) cross Rte. 64 and you will see the trailhead, easily marked.
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  • AlienTrees

    This is one of the funnest trails in Taos! Nice technical sections and fast smooth mountain singletrack. The bottom .7 mile requires hiking, at the junction with the loop go left for a longer more rideable ascent, right for a shorter and steeper climb with continued hiking. To ride as a loop I'd recommend going counterclockwise for a funner and safer descent. The west side of the loop is more suitable for riding, it is cooler and shadier with more northerly exposure and feels more like a high mountain trail. The smooth sections have some scattered root and rock obsticles and are defined among short steep drops in the more technical sections. The east side trail is shorter, steeper and rockier and has a more southerly exposure. It gets hot and there's no water on this trail. The top has a nice cairn and stone chairs to hang out at and have lunch or whatever. About a half mile below the summit to the Northeast is the junction with the North Boundary Trail.

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