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    They were talking about Hogan leaving AF last month. The employees at AF hold him in high regard. He will be missed up there it seems. Hopefully he brings this to the Pajarito mountain. These days, it seems Durango would be a better bike park than ski resort

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    Good to hear! looking forward to the extension of trails at Pajarito mountain my self,IMO the best place to ride DH in the northern NM area!
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    Quote Originally Posted by the_owl View Post
    They were talking about Hogan leaving AF last month. The employees at AF hold him in high regard. He will be missed up there it seems. Hopefully he brings this to the Pajarito mountain. These days, it seems Durango would be a better bike park than ski resort
    Purgatory is pretty similar to AF. The reasons both kinda suck for skiing; big, wide, and flat, is exactly what makes them perfect as bike parks.
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    What is Pajarito like these days? Are there fun trails for folks that are newer to mountian bikes? A friend said he went a couple years ago and there were some do or die drops that made the trails tough. We were thinking of going to Angel Fire tomorrow but there is a 90% chance of rain. So we are looking for an alternative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luckyguy19 View Post
    What is Pajarito like these days? Are there fun trails for folks that are newer to mountian bikes? A friend said he went a couple years ago and there were some do or die drops that made the trails tough. We were thinking of going to Angel Fire tomorrow but there is a 90% chance of rain. So we are looking for an alternative.
    Pajarito is in great shape right now. There's still plenty of do or die drops but plenty of easier stuff along and routes around all the gnarly stuff. It's going to be a great weekend up here! Flow trail are about to start getting dirt work this week so it's only going to get better from here on out. There's not much flow right now but lots of great single track. Lift tickets are only $25 this season too.

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