U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
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The White Ridge Mountain Bike Trail System is set atop the Tierra Amarilla Anticline, a unique geologic region west of Albuquerque, New Mexico that features high narrow ridges and bright gypsum soils.

The trails have been developed with mountain biking in mind and are characterized by fast sections of playful singletrack following exposed ridgelines with 360 degree views. Much of the trail system is found along the tops of the ridgelines accessed by long, steep climbs.

Throughout the trails that cover both BLM lands and the Pueblo of Zia, riders can experience a combination of geological, cultural and paleontological interested points.

Connecting with Communities

The BLM and MTB Project are Connecting with Communities through a National partnership to provide an interactive ride experience. MTB project hosts the next generation of mountain bike trail maps. Click the MTB Project icon below to access all the information you'll need to plan your next ride at the White Ridge Trail System.

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Plan Your Visit

  • Season Dates: January 1 - December 31
  • Fee: None
  • Size: 12 miles
  • Elevation Gain/Loss: 1,000+ feet
  • Difficulty: Trails range from beginner to advanced
Contact Information
Rio Puerco Field Office
Bureau of Land Management
100 Sun Avenue NE, Pan American Bldg., Suite 330
Albuquerque, NM 87109-4676
(505) 761-8700