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Y2K Trail

Intermediate
 3.9 (9)

Gradual climbing along fence lines through the ponderosa forest.


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Map Key

3.6

Miles

5.7

KM

Singletrack

7,892' 2,405 m

High

7,637' 2,328 m

Low

277' 84 m

Up

142' 43 m

Down

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

6%

Max Grade (3°)

Dogs Unknown

E-Bikes Not Allowed

Trails are generally open from May - November. Please do not ride on soft trails during spring runoff as the trails are extremely vulnerable to rutting during that period.

Description

This trail cuts off from the Quaking Aspen Trail just past a small meadow with a metal structure. It first parallels the road then turns right to follow a fence line.

The trail then turns right again to follow another fence line along the edge of a meadow before dropping down through the edge of the meadow and joining up with the Turkey Nest Trail. At this point you are also very close again to the Quaking Aspen Trail.

The vast majority of the trail is gradual climbing with some descents through the ponderosa pines, though there are a couple of rocky sections as you ride past the meadow.

Contacts

Shared By:

LeeAB Brinckerhoff with improvements by Chris Grigereit

Trail Ratings

  3.9 from 9 votes

#10544

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  3.9 from 9 votes
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Trail Rankings

#228

in New Mexico

#10,544

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Photos

Lesley riding over some exposed rock.
Apr 22, 2013 near Fort Wi…, NM
Beautiful views
Aug 23, 2017 near Fort Wi…, NM
Awesome smooth singletrack
Aug 23, 2017 near Fort Wi…, NM
Biking the hardest moves in both directions on Y2K trail in McGaffey system of Zuni Mts.
Oct 30, 2020 near Fort Wi…, NM

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