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    Directions to start of Zuni 100

    Could someone provide directions to the start of the Zuni mt 100 from the Quaken aspen trail head, which I have been to. I am pretty familiar with the area. Many thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pelts79
    Could someone provide directions to the start of the Zuni mt 100 from the Quaken aspen trail head, which I have been to. I am pretty familiar with the area. Many thanks!
    Looks like you drive south. Que?
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    I have some friends doing it; wish I could .

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    my bad, didn't see it on the page, thanks

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    Is there a map to get there on the road? Never been there.

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    googlemaps

    Scroll up to I-40 - the exit is a bit east of Gallup.
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    Go to

    http://www.galluptrails2010.com/annual-party

    Then click the McGaffey Wildlife Center link at the top of the page, which will bring up the google map. You can enter your current location if necessary.

    The short directions are to turn south at 1-40 exit 33, continue to the end of the pavement, another 3/4 mile on gravel to the far end of the lake, then turn left and proceed to the two buildings back behind the lake, where the crowd is.
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    Many thanks to all the Gallup Trails 2010 members for building all that single track. 45 mile loop with 44 miles of sweet XC single track. Course flagging, gpx files for downloading, roast pork, beer and bands for the post ride. The GT2010 crowd knows how to put on a race/ride/annual party. WOW!!! I'll be back.

    It was a beautiful day, cold to start and I knew after a couple of hours a 2nd loop wasn't going to be on my agenda. You know when you see lots of wildlife and chase a big ol' tom turkey down the trail that you're a long way behind the next rider in front of you.

    Congrats to Cameron for 90 miles and 8-9K of climbing in just over 9 hours total, including stops. Jeff H. on a SS wasn't far behind.

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    Many thanks for sure to those who put on the event. It was a great ride and a great day. Man, respect to those who did the 2 laps, wow! Even more to those on a single speed.

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    That was some very nice single track. WOW

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