|Trail Name||Difficulty||Length (mi)||Rating||City|
|Potrillo Canyon||6.0||White Rock|
|Winsor, Fr 102 Cutoff (Winsor (254))||9.0||Santa Fe|
|Borrego / Winsor Descent (Winsor (254))||7.0||Santa Fe|
|Bear Wallow||3.0||Santa Fe|
|Santa Fe Rail Trail||Easiest||12.0||Santa Fe|
|Glorieta Canyon||Beginner||3.0||Santa Fe|
|Rim Trail||Beginner||4.0||White Rock|
|Chamisa Trail||Beginner||2.0||Santa Fe|
|Arroyo Hondo Open Space||Beginner||3.0||Santa Fe|
|Aspen Vista||Intermediate||10.0||Santa Fe|
|La Tierra||Intermediate||15.0||Santa Fe|
|Cerrillos Hills State Park||Intermediate||6.0||Cerrillos|
|Dale Ball||Intermediate||30.0||Santa Fe|
|Galisteo Basin Preserve||Intermediate||5.0||Santa Fe|
|Winsor (254)||Intermediate||9.0||Santa Fe|
|Atalaya Mountain (174)||Advanced||7.0||Santa Fe|
|Rio en Medio Trail||Expert||7.0||Santa Fe|
There are miles of mountain bike trails in the area.
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