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Alien Run Trail Biking

Difficulty
Condition
Good

Notes: 9.12.20

Trail Length
9.2 miles
Distance from Durango
33 miles
Directions
Gain
640 ft
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Alien Run Trail

Biking
Durango to TH

33 Miles

Gain

640 Feet

Condition

Good

Trail Length

9.2 Miles

Alien Run Trail

Part of the Alien Run Trails System.

Alien Run is a 9.2-mile moderate loop within the Alien Run Trail System and is a popular mountain bike ride in the Four Corners area. This loop is also the first loop of Alien Run’s optional longer routes.

The three stacked loops of Alien Run offer a variety of riding for everyone. Trails flow through smooth dirt arroyos, traverse along slickrock cliffs, and session through natural technical features. The further one rides from the trailhead, the more difficult the trail; the one-way Outer Limits trail is characterized by sections of rocky climbing, plunging downhill sections, and meandering through dune-like terrain.

Map & Directions

Map Coordinates: 36.881268, -107.864285

Where's the Trailhead?

dIRECTIONS TO TRAILHEAD

Alien Run Trailhead

From 9th Street and Main Avenue in Durango, head west on 9th Street toward Camino Del Rio. Turn left onto Camino Del Rio/ Hwy 550. After 4.7 miles turn right to stay on Hwy 550, and continue for 25 miles. Before reaching the town of Aztec, NM, turn left onto Road 2651. After 1.8 miles, turn right at an intersection. After 0.6 miles turn left onto another road which will lead to the main trailhead for Alien Run. All of these roads are well service roads that will be messy in wet weather.

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