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Anasazi Loop Biking

Difficulty
Condition
Good
Trail Length
2.3 miles
Distance from Durango
49 miles
Directions
Gain
145 ft
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Anasazi Loop

Biking
Durango to TH

49 Miles

Gain

145 Feet

Condition

Good

Trail Length

2.3 Miles

Photo Courtesy of John Geronimo

Part of the Road Apple Trails System.

Start by parking at the well pad by the BLM office. Cross the road to the trailhead and ride the loop counter-clockwise. It’s a fast-paced singletrack with no major climbs or descents, just gentle grades. The ride south back to the lot is fast and mostly downhill. This can also be done at the beginning of a loop around Kinsey or Seven Sisters, just take Hood Mesa Road from the north point of the Anasazi loop out to the trailhead of Kinsey. –MtbProject Description

Road Apple Trail is rolling singletrack, which starts on top of Kinsey Ridge. To the southeast, you can see the Navajo Reservoir and beyond, while to the north, you have an amazing view of the La Plata Peaks. This trail is so good, Ned Overend says it is his favorite trail!

Map & Directions

Map Coordinates: 36.797189, -108.152161

Where's the Trailhead?

dIRECTIONS TO TRAILHEAD

Road Apple Trails Parking Area

From 9th Street and Main Avenue in Durango, head west on 9th Street toward Camino Del Rio. Turn right to stay on Highway 550 and continue for 31 miles and continue onto NE Aztec Blvd. Continue onto NM-516. Turn right onto Pinion Hills Blvd. Turn right onto College Blvd. Turn right once more onto Hood Mesa Trail and a parking area will be to your left.

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