Road Apple

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AVERAGE RATING
****
3.67 out of 5
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Beginner
10.0
miles

Singletrack
5,782
elevation (ft)

Network
43
ridden
Trail Description
About this trail
Rolling singletrack, starts on top of Kinsey Ridge, to the south east you can see the Navajo resevior and beyond, to the north you have an amazing view of the LaPlata Peaks. This trail is so good, Ned Overend says it's his favorite trail.
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Trail Features
Trail features
  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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Recent Trail Check-ins     (8 total check-ins)
  nmmtn   on Jul 30, 2017
  Fatbike1   on Jul 24, 2016
  mbcassuto   on Sep 20, 2015
  nmmtn   on Jul 26, 2015
  UtPreacher   on May 22, 2015
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Reviews (6)
 

Gnarly

May 22, 2015
UtPreacher Gnarly  
 
Review: Great views and seems to get a lot of use from cyclist and motorized. The trail has some fun places but lack any technical bits so is great for anyone who wants to ride the area. I have to say it would be awesome if there were some more advanced trails added to the system around Farmington and Aztec.

Similar Trail: The Whoops

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Bunny Hop

November 20, 2013
stantonit Bunny Hop  
 
Review: ive ridden a few times in the past few months. bikes and atv's form like voltron! the trail is flowy, not to difficult. the swoopes and rigORmoreTis are my preferences. being that i run into mtn bikers and atv riders while on the trailS i figure why not, even tho a few portions have the No atv signs up but yet they ride - ive had a chance to talk to both mtnbikers and the atv'ers while pedaling along and have no ill words for either, altho guys with atv's challenged me to a Jump off - whichi declined, my schwinn steel frame wouldve annihilated them of course but yea. back to the review, ill def cont. to ride, i like the courses... imma noob to trail riding but the ppl ive met have been nice to chat w/...... so yea, enjoy the trail(s), next yr ill try th rally. with a newer Kano bike IF my schwinn hasnt busted up and gone scrap on me by then if not the guy in 1st place w/ the schwinn will be me :^)

Similar Trail: alien run is near, galup trail sys is similar... phils world it aint but they are all diff and thats y we ride.. if they were the same the sport would get so Bleh!

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Granny Gear

May 15, 2012
goatcheese Granny Gear  
 
Review: This is a motorized trail system. Created by dirt bikes and OHVs decades ago. While there are some bicycle type singletrack sections, the bulk of them make for poor quality experience. Cyclists seem to think they have claims to this system, and are working hard to exclude the users who actually created it. Uninformed, ignorant, and ungrateful cyclists are the leading cause of trail conflict here.

Similar Trail: Something made for a bicycle.

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Gnarly

October 16, 2011
 
Review: Great high desert trail only 30 mins from Durango. We accessed the trail from the north near Aztec. 25 mile loop took about 4 hrs taking our time. Nothing to crazy, great scenery.

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Granny Gear

June 6, 2009
yjcrawler Granny Gear  
 
Review: Great trail. I used to ride this trail all the time when I lived in Farmington. Site of the Road Apple Rally.

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Granny Gear

February 27, 2009
padoven Granny Gear  
 
Review: Road this trail today, 02/26/09 it was dry, great surprise for this time of year. Fun trail, great workout, not to tec, but some steep climbs I could not clean.

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Road Apple MTB Trail 3.67 out of 5 based on 6 ratings. 6 user reviews.
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