Cordova Trails For Mountain Biking

The 27th most popular mountain bike trail in New Mexico.

  Taos, New Mexico, US


  July 15, 2016

South of Taos and northwest of Holman, the Agua Piedra Campground is a great base for exploring 13 miles of mountain bike trails ranging from 8,400 feet to 11,400. The Cordova Trail (#17) heads southwest from the campground near the group picnic area. It will take you to the junction of Comales Trail (#22), about six miles from the trailhead. Turning west on #22 will take you to Bear Mountain, while turning east will lead to the Agua Piedra Trail (#19) which will lead back to the campground.

To reach mountain biking at the Agua Piedra Campground from Taos, head south on SR68 to SR75. Turn left heading east on SR75 for about 22 miles. The campground is on the right. There are two trailheads from at this campground. Use the second trailhead further up the road near the corral.

Overall, Cordova Trails is the 27th most popular mountain bike trail of all 53 mountain biking rides in New Mexico. Several of the better mountain bike trails are nearby Cordova Trails including South Boundary Trail, Devisadero Loop Trail, Columbine Creek Trail, Maquinita Canyon Trail System, Agua Piedra Trail and Alamitos Trail.

Local Contacts:  CNF (505) 587-2255; Taos Visitors (800) 758-3873; NM Tourism (800) SEENEWM; Gearing Up Cycles (505) 758-0365.

Best Season:  Jun. - Sep.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  NFS Agua Piedra Campground

Luxury Loding:  Fechin Inn, Taos (800) 811-2938

Breakfast Restaurant:  Michaels Kitchen Restaurant, Taos

Reference Source:  click here

GPS:  36.13381, -105.53292

Date Published:  1/5/2016

Date Updated:  7/15/2016

ID:  14369

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