Extreme mountain biking on the Dale Ball Trails in Santa Fe, New Mexico. With technical singletrack cycling spots and cross-country bike riding.
Bike Trails

Trail Stats for Dale Ball Trails
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Location: Centrally located in Santa Fe
Season: Year round, but be careful of extreme heat in the midday summer months.
Elevation:

Vertical Drop:
Number of  Trails: 3
Length:
20 miles total
Terrain:
Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Type: Cross-Country, Singletrack
Phone Number:
Description: Some older trails that have been fixed up, and some new sections with some tricky, technical single-track too. Some hiking may have to be done on the south trail which is the most difficult ride.
Driving Directions:
Central: There are two access points: one at the North trail head on NM 475 at Sierra del Norte and the other near the intersection of Cerro Gordo and Upper Canyon Road.
North: From downtown Santa Fe drive toward the Ski Basin on Hyde Park Road (NM 475). Look for the trailhead parking lot on the left (north).
South: Upper Canyon Road, just past the Cerro Gordo trailhead. Take a right up a steep dirt road. There is a single track that takes off to the left about 100 feet up the road.
Biking Directions: The trails are well marked, with maps at every junction.

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