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Trail

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NADAS
(Western Dona Ana Mountains)
Beautifully isolated in the Western part of the Dona Ana Mountains. The trail is rocky with some crossings of washes which have a mixture of lose sand and gravel. The trail has lots of great climbing and fast down hill. Intermediate skill level recommended. Elevation PROFILE ; Goggle Map
North on Dona Ana Road, 1 mile north of the Hill Baptist church, turn right up the wash (look for the large tan water tank on right side before going under I-25. Go up the wash to the second power line and turn left climb out of wash look for parking on the left.

Cerro Jornado (C.J.'s)
(Southern Dona Ana Mountains)
Awesome views of the Dona Ana and Organ mountains also of the Rio Grande Valley. Trails are hard packed and fast. you climb up from parking and fast down hill back. Over sixteen miles of trails for all skill levels. Elevation PROFILE ; Goggle Map
Picture tour of trail Inner Loop Trail

Directions PDF

Sierra Vista
(Organ Mountains)

Trail is very close to the Organ mountains with great views of the mountains and the Rio Grande Valley.

University Exit #1 off I-25. Head east on University Avenue, turn right on Soledad Canyon Road, Trailhead on the right. Also see the map.


A-Mountain

EXTREMELY difficult. trail circles around the A Mountain.

University Exit #1 off I-25. Head east. Just past the Farm and Ranch museum parking is on the right side of the road.


SST EXTREMELY difficult, very rocky, lots of steep climbing. There has been no maintenance in years.

North on Valley Drive (185). Left on to Shalom Colony Trail. Cross river turn on next road right which will be Rocky Trails road. Also see map.


Proposed Central Suerga Tail Purpose of this trail is to provide an easier connector trail from the Suerga Parking area to the Figure Eight trails.  This would connect the  North end of the "IMBA" built trial section going between the North Surega and the South Suerga Mountains through a canyon and connect to the trail leading to the sidewalk. The trail would be naturally concealed from view until you right at the entrances. It's an awesome canyon! This area is where green rock, IMBA trail section was built, the turtle rock and the high technical loop is located. The Horny Tode expert  and sport level goes through this area also. This doesn't mean the race course will change!
Proposed Roller Coaster Link

This is the area we are evaluating to link the trail sections you see in green. The proposed route will turn west (top of the map) near the place marked on the map called "slot", avoiding the orange dashed lines which mark the boundary for the Area of Critical Environmental Concern (A.C.E.C.). We will follow the contour and connect into the other section of the trail (colored green)

This is the area called the Flintstones.


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